You can input ml or gram and get equivalent value. Select the item for which the conversion is needed. Default is water.

## How to Convert Milliliter to Grams or Grams to Milliliters

Milliliter is a unit of volume and Gram is a unit of mass and both are related through density.

To convert between ml and gram for an item using this tool, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Select the item (liquid or solid) which has to be converted from ml to gram or gram to ml from the dropdown labelled as 'Select Fluid / Item'. The Default selected item is water.

Step 2: Enter the value of ml in the text field under Milliliters.

Step 3: The gram value of the selected item is automatically shown in the gram text field If you have the weight and want to know the equivalent ml value, then enter the weight in the gram field to get the volume of the same in ml.

Step 4: You can repeat the same procedure to find ml-gram value of other items

## Formula to convert Ml to Gram - Grams to Ml

### How much

**is 1 Milliliter in grams**(ml to gram, ml to gm)

Formula to convert milliliters to grams is:

grams = milliliters * density

For example, to convert 100 milliliters of water to grams, you would use the following formula:

grams = 100 milliliters * 1 g/mL = 100 grams

However, not all substances have the same density as water. For example, the density of milk is 1.03 g/mL. This means that one milliliter of milk weighs slightly more than one gram.

To **convert milliliters to grams for a substance** other than water, you need to know the density of that substance

### How much

**is 1 gram to ml?**(gm to ml)

To **convert grams to milliliters,** you need to know the density of the substance you are measuring. The density of a substance is its mass per unit volume, and it is measured in grams per milliliter (g/mL).

You can use the following formula to convert grams to milliliters:

milliliters = grams / density

For example, to convert 100 grams of water to milliliters, you would use the following formula:

milliliters = 100 grams / 1 g/mL = 100 milliliters

The density of milk is 1.03 g/mL. This means that 100 grams of milk would have a volume of 97.09 milliliters.

The table below gives an example conversion of Grams to Milliliters for few of the substances

Substance | Density (g/mL) | Example conversion |
---|---|---|

Water | 1 | 100 grams of water = 100 milliliters of water |

Milk | 1.03 | 100 grams of milk = 97.09 milliliters of milk |

Honey | 1.42 | 100 grams of honey = 70.42 milliliters of honey |

Olive oil | 0.91 | 100 grams of olive oil = 110 milliliters of olive oil |

## Is mL and Grams Same?

- Milliliters (mL) are a unit of volume, while grams (g) are a unit of mass. This means that you cannot directly convert from milliliters to grams without knowing the density of the substance you are measuring.
- If the density of the substance is 1, then the mass(g) and Volume (mL) will be same. Density of water is 1 gm/mL and therefore 1mL of water is 1 gram.
- 1 ml of Milk is slightly over 1.0 grams as density is more. 1 ml of Olive oil weighs less than 1 (0.9 grams) since density is less
- For the same reasons, 1 mL of water does not weigh the same as 1 mL of salt water or 1 ml of Syrup. Their densities are different.
- Density is defined as mass per unit volume and is a measure of compactness of a substance. It is measured in grams per milliliter (g/mL or g/cc).
- Refer table below for Density of different Substances

## Density gms/mL and Weight

Item | Density(gram/mL) / Weight Per mL |
---|---|

Almond | 0.46 |

All Purpose Flour | 0.59 |

Baking Powder | 0.9 |

Baking Soda | 2.2 |

Butter | 0.96 |

Cashew | 0.5 |

Chilli | 0.5 |

Corn | 0.72 |

Egg Powdered | 0.37 |

Egg | 0.6 |

Gelatin | 0.72 |

Granulated Sugar | 1.59 |

Glucose | 0.4 |

Honey | 1.44 |

Jam | 1.43 |

Milk | 1.25 |

Nuts | 0.63 |

Olive Oil | 0.92 |

Oats | 0.41 |

Onions Chopped | 0.22 |

Powdered Sugar | 0.8 |

Rice | 0.72 |

Rice | 0.72 |

Soy | 0.7 |

## Where is Milliliter to Gram Conversion used?

Milliliters and grams are used in everyday life such as in :

**Medicine:**Milliliters are used to measure the dosage of liquid medicine. Medicine dosages are often specified in milliliters, but you may need to convert this to grams if you are using a powder or tablet form of the medicine.**Cooking:**Grams are used to measure the amount of ingredients in a recipe. Recipes often specify the volume of ingredients in milliliters, but you may need to convert this to grams if you are using a food scale.**Food and Nutrition:**Nutritional information labels list the mass of nutrients in grams, but you may need to convert this to milliliters if you are measuring the volume of the food.**Science:**Milliliters and grams are used to measure the volume and mass of substances in experiments.**Industry:**Milliliters and grams are used to measure the volume and mass of products in manufacturing.

## ml to Grams Converter Table

Milliliter (ml) | Gram (g): Water | Milk (g) | Flour (g) | Sugar (g) | Salt (g) | Oil (g) | Honey (g) |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 ml | 1 g | 1.03 g | 0.53 g | 0.8 g | 1.22 g | 0.92 g | 1.44 g |

5 ml | 5 g | 5.15 g | 2.65 g | 4 g | 6.1 g | 4.6 g | 7.2 g |

10 ml | 10 g | 10.3 g | 5.3 g | 8 g | 12.2 g | 9.2 g | 14.4 g |

15 ml | 15 g | 15.45 g | 7.95 g | 12 g | 18.3 g | 13.8 g | 21.6 g |

30 ml | 30 g | 30.9 g | 15.9 g | 24 g | 36.6 g | 27.6 g | 43.2 g |

50 ml | 50 g | 51.5 g | 26.5 g | 40 g | 61 g | 46 g | 72 g |

100 ml | 100 g | 103 g | 53 g | 80 g | 122 g | 92 g | 144 g |

200 ml | 200 g | 206 g | 106 g | 160 g | 244 g | 184 g | 288 g |

240 ml | 240 g | 247.2 g | 127.2 g | 192 g | 292.8 g | 220.8 g | 345.6 g |

250 ml | 250 g | 257.5 g | 132.5 g | 200 g | 305 g | 230 g | 360 g |

300 ml | 300 g | 309 g | 159 g | 240 g | 366 g | 276 g | 432 g |

400 ml | 400 g | 412 g | 212 g | 320 g | 488 g | 368 g | 576 g |

500 ml | 500 g | 515 g | 265 g | 400 g | 610 g | 460 g | 720 g |

## Grams to ml Converter Table

Gram (g) | Milliliter (ml): Water |
---|---|

1 gram | 1 ml |

2 grams | 2 ml |

3 grams | 3 ml |

5 grams | 5 ml |

10 grams | 10 ml |

20 grams | 20 ml |

25 grams | 25 ml |

30 grams | 30 ml |

50 grams | 50 ml |

80 grams | 80 ml |

100 grams | 100 ml |

150 grams | 150 ml |

200 grams | 200 ml |

500 grams | 500 ml |

## FAQ on gm to ml and ml to gm Conversion

Gram is a unit of mass in the metric system and expressed as g. It indicates the amount of matter present in a container.

Grams are often used to measure the mass of food, ingredients and small objects

Milliliters is a unit of volume in the metric system and expressed as mL. It indicates the amount of space occupied by an item. It is often used to measure the volume of liquids and small objects

Density is defined as Mass / Volume

You should know the density of the substance for the conversion. Density of a substance is available for all substances as a standard value which is precomputed using mass/unit volume as g/cc or g/mL

Divide the mass in grams by the density of the substance to get the volume in mL .

Volume = Mass / Density

Example to convert 100 grams of honey to mL, we first look up density of honey. It is 4.2 gms/mL So 100 gms of honey in ml = 100/4.2 = 71.46 mL

Density is defined as the Mass / Unit Volume. It indicates the compactness of a given item.

The higher the density the more densely packed an item and vice-versa.

Density is expressed as ฯ = mass in kg/ volume in m3

but more commonly used measure of density is in g/mL or g/cc

Density is computed from Mass and Volume of an object.

Mass of an object can be measured using balance, weighing devices. The weight can be determined in grams converting from kg or pound.

Volume of an object is measured using calibrated cylinders or burettes, pipettes , measuring flasks.

Volume measure can be converted to ML from liter, ounce, gallon, pint whatever be the unit of volume used. Density is then calculated as Mass in g/ Volume in mL.

No. SI unit of Density is kg/m3. The other commonly used measures are g/cc, g/mL, g/L , kg/L in the metric system.

In the US customary system, it may be expressed as gallons / cubic foot, pound/cubic foot, pound/cubic inch, ounce / cubic inch and so on..