60 milligrams in 1 mL. I am a RN nursing student.

I think it's a missprint; it should be mls. Please, check with your pharmacy.

A ml is 1/1ooo of a litre; this is normally how liquid measures of volume are given. A mg is 1/1000 of a gram; this is a measurement of weight. But, to answer your question, one ml. Of water weighs 1 gram therefore one ml. Of water equals 1,000 mgs., but you'll need a set of triple beams to weigh it.

A ml is 1/1ooo of a litre; this is normally how liquid measures of volume are given. A mg is 1/1000 of a gram; this is a measurement of weight. But, to answer your question, one ml. Of water weighs 1 gram therefore one ml. Of water equals 1,000 mgs., but you'll need a set of triple beams to weigh it.

Depends on the material

You need to provide more info to get a sensible answer.

Milligram is a unit of measure for mass.

Milliliter is a unit of measure for volume.

Mass and volume are related through density. (mass = density X volume).

Sometimes a substance can be dispersed in another substance and the amount of the substance is measured in units of concentration such as PPM, % or milligrams per milliliter.

Either way, the density or concentration is not the same for everything but if you can give more info, you'll get a good answer.

Milligram is a unit of measure for mass.

Milliliter is a unit of measure for volume.

Mass and volume are related through density. (mass = density X volume).

Sometimes a substance can be dispersed in another substance and the amount of the substance is measured in units of concentration such as PPM, % or milligrams per milliliter.

Either way, the density or concentration is not the same for everything but if you can give more info, you'll get a good answer.

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5 milligrams equals how many ml

That depends on the density.

If we refer to water 1 mg corresponds to 1 microliter.

If we refer to water 1 mg corresponds to 1 microliter.

1 liter equals how milligram

Check your 2mg bottle, usually on the bottle it will state something like 2mg per ml which means you will get your 2mg at 1 ml on the needle. If this doesn't say something like that, please check with your pharmacist.

I believe it is 100