# Grams in ml Converter

Our **grams in ml converter** will help you master the conversion of milliliters to grams as well as grams to milliliters. If you need to convert g to ml by hand, you can use our tool as a rich database of densities for various substances!

Read on to discover how the conversion of grams to ml works!

## How do I convert grams to ml?

Since grams (g) describe mass and milliliters (ml) describe volume, it's not so trivial to convert g to ml! The details of conversion depend on the density of the substance in question. To convert grams to ml, use the formula:

**Volume [ml] = Mass [g] / Density [g/ml]**

Milliliters to grams conversion, on the other hand, uses the formula:

**Mass [g] = Density [g/ml] × Volume [ml]**

🙋 Density [g/ml] = Density [kg/l] = 0.001 × Density [kg/m^{3}]

## Grams to ml conversion for water

For water, the conversion between grams and ml is particularly easy as the density of water is almost equal to 1 [g/ml]. This means that **the mass of water in grams is (almost) equal to its volume in milliliters**.

Note the *almost* part: if you need precision in your computations, this rule of thumb may not be sufficient. In such a case, turn to an online gram to milliliter converter (or a ml into g converter, depending on the direction you need) instead.

## How to use this gram to milliliter converter?

Our g to ml converter is straightforward to operate:

- Open the drop-down menu and
**pick the substance**for which you want to convert g to ml (or the other way round: conversion of milliliters to grams also works!). - Our g to ml converter knows the density of the substance! No need to look it up elsewhere. On the other hand, you can enter a custom value of density if you wish.
**Enter**the mass of your substance in grams: our grams in ml converter performs the computations and displays the missing value!- Alternatively, for the milliliters to grams conversion, input the volume of your substance (in milliliters) in the dedicated field. Our tool will know; it now has to act as an ml into g converter!

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## FAQ

### How do I convert 100 g of honey to millilitres?

100 g of honey is about 70 ml. To get this answer:

- You need to know the density of honey: it's 1.42 g/ml.
- Divide the mass of honey by its density:
`100 / 1.42 = 70.42`

. - That is, the volume of honey is indeed about 70 ml.