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## Formula for cc to ml conversion, ml to cc conversion

### Are cc and ml the same?

Yes! 1 ml is same as 1 cc (1 cc = 1 ml or 1 ml = 1 cc)

Cubic Centimeter (cm3) is SI Unit of volume

Milliliter is also part of the SI unit and is more widely used in measurement of volume as compared to cubic cm

So, milliliter to cubic centimeter (milliliters to cc) or cubic centimeter to milliliter (cubic centimeter to ml, cc to milliliter) are the same

## All you need to know About Cc and ml

- cc and mlare both units of volume and they are equal to each other.
- However, cc is a unit of volume in the imperial system, while ml is a unit of volume in the metric system.
- cc is more commonly used in the United States and other English-speaking countries, while ml is more commonly used in the rest of the world.
- cc stands for cubic centimeters and ml stands for milliliters.Both cc and ml are used to measure the volume of small amounts of liquid, such as medicine or cooking ingredients.
- cc is often used to measure the volume of small amounts of liquid, such as medicine or cooking ingredients. It is also used to measure the displacement of engines.
- ml is also used to measure the volume of small amounts of liquid, as well as the volume of other substances, such as blood and body fluids.
- The term "cc" is considered to be outdated and is no longer recommended by the International System of Units (SI).
- The SI unit for volume is the cubic meter (mÂ³), and the milliliter (ml) is a unit derived from the cubic meter
- One cubic centimeter is equal to one milliliter. This is because the prefix "milli" means "one thousandth." Therefore, one milliliter is equal to one thousandth of a cubic meter.
- The cc to ml or ml to cc conversion is a simple one.
- 1 cc = 1 ml
- So, to convert cc to ml, you can simply multiply the number of cc by 1.
- For example, 5 cc is equal to 5 ml.If you have a prescription for medicine that calls for 10 cc of a liquid, you can use a measuring spoon or syringe to measure out 10 ml of the liquid.
**cc:**- Medicine doses
- Engine displacement
- Syringe measurements
- Cooking recipes (in the United States and other English-speaking countries)
**ml:**- Medicine doses
- Blood and body fluid measurements
- Laboratory measurements
- Cooking recipes

**Conversion factor:**

Here are some examples of where cc and ml are used:

## ml to cc Table

Cubic Centimeter (cmÂ³) | Milliliter (ml) |
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0.5 cc | 0.5 ml |

1 cc | 1 ml |

1.25 cc | 1.25 ml |

1.5 cc | 1.5 ml |

2 cc | 2 ml |

2.5 cc | 2.5 ml |

3 cc | 3 ml |

3.5 cc | 3.5 ml |

4 cc | 4 ml |

5 cc | 5 ml |

6 cc | 6 ml |

7 cc | 7 ml |

8 cc | 8 ml |

9 cc | 9 ml |

10 cc | 10 ml |

12 cc | 12 ml |

14 cc | 14 ml |

15 cc | 15 ml |

20 cc | 20 ml |

25 cc | 25 ml |

30 cc | 30 ml |

35 cc | 35 ml |

40 cc | 40 ml |

50 cc | 50 ml |

60 cc | 60 ml |

70 cc | 70 ml |

80 cc | 80 ml |

100 cc | 100 ml |

120 cc | 120 ml |

140 cc | 140 ml |

150 cc | 150 ml |

180 cc | 180 ml |

200 cc | 200 ml |

210 cc | 210 ml |

250 cc | 250 ml |

300 cc | 300 ml |

350 cc | 350 ml |

390 cc | 390 ml |

400 cc | 400 ml |