Q: What is the relationship between 1g 1ml and 1cc of water at STP?

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1cc is 1ml, or .001 liters. 1cc of water also has a mass of 1g

yes, 1ml is equivalent to 1cc

1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume.

A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are the same measurement.

1ml= 1cc .1ml= .1cc or one tenth of a unit.

1ml is 1ml. 1ml = 1cc = 1cm3 also

They are equal; 1mL = 1cc

1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 1mL = 1cc

1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 1mL = 1cc

1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 1mL = 1cc

1ml = 1cc or 1cubic centimeter. 1cc of pure water weighs 1gram. so 1litre of water weighs 1Kilogram Nice how all that works.

1mL = 1cc