# Cubic Centimeters (CC) to Ounces (OZ) Converter

## Convert cc to ounces and ounces to cc

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## Formula to convert cc to ounces and ounces to cc

### How many cc to fluid ounces ? (oz to cc, fl oz to cc)

To convert cc to fl oz:

fl oz = cc / 29.57

To convert 100 cc to fl oz, you would divide 100 by 29.57:

fl oz = 100 cc ÷ 29.57 = 3.38 fl oz

### How many ounces to cc? (cc to oz)?

To convert fl oz to cc:

cc = fl oz * 29.57

For example, to convert 10 fl oz to cc, you would multiply 10 by 29.57:

cc = 10 fl oz × 29.57 = 295.7 cc

• Please note that there are two types of fluid ounces: the US fluid ounce and the imperial fluid ounce.
• The US fluid ounce is slightly smaller than the imperial fluid ounce. The formulas above are for the US fluid ounce.
• To convert imperial fluid ounces to cubic centimeters, multiply the imperial fluid ounces by 28.41.
• To convert cubic centimeters to imperial fluid ounces, divide the cubic centimeters by 28.41.

## CC to Oz Conversion: Get the Right Measurement Every Time

• fluid ounces (fl oz) and cubic centimeters (cc) are units for measuring volume.
• 1 fl oz is equal to 29.57 cc. 1 cc is equal to 0.033814 fl oz.
• The symbol for fluid ounce is fl oz, while the symbol for cubic centimeter is cc.
• The term "cc" is actually deprecated and is no longer used in medical documentation. Instead, the term "ml" is used, which is equivalent to cc.
• Fluid ounces is part of the customary system of measurement, a system that has been in use for centuries, particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom.
• The fluid ounce is defined as 1/16th of a fluid pint, which in turn is 1/8th of a gallon.
• Fl oz is primarily used to measure the volume of liquids, such as beverages, cooking ingredients, and pharmaceuticals.
• Cubic centimeters, is part of the metric system, a globally recognized system of measurement. CC is mainly used in the field of science, engineering, and medicine.
• The cubic centimeter is defined as the volume of a cube measuring one centimeter on each side.
• Fluid ounce is derived from the Latin phrase "fluida uncia," meaning "fluid ounce."
• Cubic centimeter is derived from the Greek prefixes "ky-" (meaning "cube") and "metr-" (meaning "measure").
• The cubic centimeter or cc is used in a wide range of fields, including science, engineering, and medicine.
• The conversion between fl oz and cc is important for a variety of applications, including cooking, baking, and medicine.
• The most common use of the conversion of ounces to cubic centimeters is in the medical field. This is because medications are often measured in cubic centimeters, while liquids are often measured in ounces.
• The conversion of ounces to cubic centimeters is also used in cooking. For example, a recipe may call for 1 cup of water, which is equal to 8 fluid ounces, which is equal to 236.56 cubic centimeters.
Here is a table summarizing the key differences between fl oz and cc:
FeatureFluid Ounce (fl oz)Cubic Centimeter (cc)
OriginCustomary systemMetric system
Primary useMeasuring larger volumes of liquidMeasuring smaller volumes of liquid
Typical useCooking, baking, beverages, medication dosagesScience, engineering, medicine
Conversion factor1 fl oz = 29.57 cc1 cc = 0.033814 fl oz
Symbol fl ozcc
Use cc:
• When measuring small volumes of liquids: For instance, when measuring medication dosages or the volume of a scientific sample.
• When using metric equipment: If you're using syringes, pipettes, or other measuring instruments calibrated in metric units, use cc.
• In scientific or medical settings: The metric system is the standard in these fields, and cc is the preferred unit for volume measurement.
Use fl oz:
• When measuring larger volumes of liquids: For example, when measuring cooking ingredients, beverages, or the volume of a container.
• When using customary units: If you're following recipes or instructions that specify measurements in fl oz, stick with this unit.
• In everyday conversations and recipes: Fl oz is still commonly used in everyday language, especially in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Here's a table summarizing when to use cc vs fl oz:
ContextRecommended Unit
Small volumes of liquidscc
Metric equipmentcc
Scientific or medical settingscc
Larger volumes of liquidsfl oz
Customary unitsfl oz
Everyday conversations and recipesfl oz

## Cc to Oz Conversion table

CubicCentimeter (cc) Fluid / Liquid ounces (fl oz)
1 cc 0.034 oz
5 cc 0.169 oz
6 cc 0.202 oz
10 cc 0.338 oz
15 cc 0.507 oz
16 cc 0.541 oz
20 cc 0.676 oz
22 cc 0.743 oz
29.6 cc 1 oz
30 cc 1.014 oz
35 cc 1.183 oz
40 cc 1.352 oz
43 cc 1.454 oz
44 cc 1.487 oz
50 cc 1.690 oz
55 cc 1.859 oz
60 cc 2.028 oz
80 cc 2.705 oz
90 cc 3.043 oz
100 cc 3.381 oz
110 cc 3.719 oz
118.4 cc 4 oz
120 cc 4.057 oz
150 cc 5.072 oz
160 cc 5.410 oz
180 cc 6.086 oz
200 cc 6.762 oz
210 cc 7.1 oz
220 cc 7.439 oz
240 cc 8.115 oz
250 cc 8.453 oz
260 cc 8.791 oz
300 cc 10.144 oz
320 cc 10.820 oz
400 cc 13.525 oz
500 cc 16.907 oz
600 cc 20.288 oz
700 cc 23.669 oz
750 cc 25.360 oz
900 cc 30.432 oz
1000 cc 33.814 oz
1200 cc 40.576 oz
1500 cc 50.721 oz
2800 cc 94.679 oz

## Oz to Cc Conversion Table

Fluid Ounce (fl oz) Cubic Centimeter (cc)
1 oz 2.957 cc
2 oz 59.147 cc
2.5 oz 73.933 cc
3 oz 88.720 cc
4 oz 118.294 cc
5 oz 147.867 cc
6 oz 177.44 cc
7 oz 207.014 cc
8 oz 236.588 cc
9 oz 266.161 cc
10 oz 295.735 cc
11 oz 325.308 cc
12 oz 354.882 cc
14 oz 414.029 cc
15 oz 443.60 cc
16 oz 473.17 cc
17 oz 502.75 cc
18 oz 532.323 cc
19 oz 561.897 cc
20 oz 591.470 cc
22 oz 650.617 cc
24 oz 709.764 cc
32 oz 946.35 cc
64 oz 1892.705 cc

## FAQ on Conversion from cc to oz, oz to cc

• There are 0.034 ounce in 1 cc

• The ounce (oz) is a unit of mass and is used to measure weight of dry items.
Fluid ounce (fl oz) is a unit of volume and used to measure fluid volume.
So, oz and fl oz measure different things. They are related by density of the item
So, 1 oz is same as 1 fl oz in some cases such as for pure water where density is 1.
If density is high, then the weight in oz will be higher than volume.
If density is low, then weight in oz will be lower than volume in fl oz.

• Volume is applicable to any object that occupies space.
It is applicable to liquid, solids and gases.
Solids have definite shape and volume
Liquids have definite volume but no definite shape
Gases do not have definite shape and volume

• Both measure fluid volumes.
The US fl oz is slightly bigger than UK fl oz
UK fl oz = 0.9 * US fl oz