ml to kg Converter

Created by Mehjabin Abdurrazaque
Reviewed by Dominik Czernia, PhD
Last updated: Jun 05, 2023

Are you searching for a precise ml to kg converter for your cooking or other purposes? Here we're to help you!

We all have come across the recipes with ingredients in kilograms when what we have are cups. Don't worry if you have a similar problem! With our tool, you can now convert milliliters to kilograms from anywhere and anytime.

We also explain how to convert milliliters to kilograms in simple steps. All you need to know is the density: the mass to volume formula.

How do I find mass with density and volume?

If we know a substance's density and volume, we can calculate its mass as:

  • mass = density ⨯ volume

For instance, your 1 L cooking oil of density 0.916 g/ml weighs 0.916 g/ml ⨯ 1000 ml = 916 g = 0.916 kg.

How do I convert milliliters to kilograms?

To convert a milliliter measurement to a kilogram measurement:

  1. Multiply the substance's volume in ml by its density in g/ml. Now you got the mass in grams.
  2. Divide this value by 1,000 to convert from grams to kilograms.
  3. What you got now is your substance's mass in kilograms.

How to use the Omni's ml to kg converter

Let's see how to use this ml to kg converter to solve the following problem:

❓ Find the mass of 250.0 ml of benzene.

  1. Start by entering the density of benzene, 876 kg/m3, into the converter:
    • Select Other from the drop-down list for the Substance.
    • The tool displays a new option - Density. Choose kilogram per cubic meter (kg/m3) from the units for Density.
    • Enter 876 kg/m3 in the input box of Density.

Okay, you finished adding the density to the converter! Let's move on to the next factor which is volume.
2. Enter 250 ml in the input box Volume.

That's it! Our tool gives you the mass in kg. The result is 0.219 kg.


How do I find the mass of 10 ml of water?

To find the mass of 10 ml of water:

  1. Multiply the volume of water (10 ml) by its density (1 g/ml) to obtain the mass in grams: 10 g.
  2. Divide 10 g by 1000 to find the mass in kilograms.
  3. Your final result is 0.01 kg.

How do I calculate the volume of 150 kg of chlorine gas at STP?

To calculate the volume of chlorine gas at STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure), multiply the mass of chlorine gas by its density at STP. To find the volume of chlorine gas of mass 150 kg:

  1. Check the density of chlorine gas at STP. It is 3.214 g/L.
  2. Convert kilograms to grams: 150 kg × 1000 = 150,000 g.
  3. Divide the mass by density to find volume: mass / density = 46,671 L.

Want to convert liters to cups or gallons? Use our volume converter!

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Mehjabin Abdurrazaque
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