cc to ml Converter
With this cc to ml converter, we aim to help you to convert volume from cc to ml.
We have written this article to help you understand what cc and ml mean and how to convert cc to ml. We will also demonstrate some calculation examples to help you understand the volume conversion.
What is cc? What is ml?
cc is short for cubic centimeters (cm³), which is a standard unit in measuring volume. 1 cc corresponds to the volume that is occupied by a 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm cube.
On the other hand, ml stands for milliliter. ml is also a standard unit used to measure volume. Similarly, 1 ml is also defined as the space that is occupied by a 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm cube.
How to convert cc to ml?
Now, let's look at how the volume conversion from cc to ml actually work. It is very simple to convert cc to ml. Let's take
100 cc as an example. There are only three steps involved:
Determine the volume that you wish to convert in cc
For our example, the volume that we wish to convert to ml is
Convert the volume into ml
As explained run the section above, the volume occupied by both cc and ml is identical. Hence, to convert cc to ml, all you need to do is to multiply it by
1. Hence, for our example,
100 ccwill equal to
If you want to convert it to liter (L):
If you then want to convert the volume into liter (L), you will need to divide the answer by another
1000. This is because
1000 ml. Thus, the volume in our example, which is
100 cc, is equal to
100 ml / 1000 = 0.1 L
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What is volume?
Volume is defined as the amount of three-dimensional space that is occupied by an item. This can applied to gas, liquid and solid.
How can I convert cc to ml?
You can convert cc to ml in just three steps:
- Determine the volume that you wish to convert in cc
- Convert the volume into ml by multiplying it by 1
- If you want to convert it to liter (L), then you need to divide it by
This is because
1 cc = 1 ml and
1L = 1000 ml.
Can volume be negative?
No, the volume can't be negative. A negative volume simply could not happen in reality.
Does volume only applies to liquid?
No, volume can also apply to solid, and even gas. Anything that can occupy space has a volume.