1.6 oz = 47.3176 ml or say 47.32 ml

It is a question of simply converting ounces into milliliters but ounce is the unit of weight whereas milliliter is the unit of volume. It can be converted if we consider an ounce of fluid to be measured in milliliters. It can be proved through another equation:

It is a question of simply converting ounces into milliliters but ounce is the unit of weight whereas milliliter is the unit of volume. It can be converted if we consider an ounce of fluid to be measured in milliliters. It can be proved through another equation:

- 100 ml = 3.38140225589 ounces or 3.38140225589 ounces = 100 ml
- Then 1 ounce = 100 / 3.38140225589
- And 1.6 ounces = 100/ 3.38140225589 x 1.6 = 47.3176475 = say 47.32 ml

- Ounce, a unit of mass, is defined by various definitions, approximately equal to 28 grams in decimal system of weighing. Ounce is commonly used in the English and US traditional systems of weighing masses.
- The quantity of ounce of mass may vary per system. International avoirdupois and international troy ounces are normally used in present times.
- The avoirdupois ounce, the most commonly used ounce today, is defined to be one 1/6 of an avoirdupois pound.
- The avoirdupois pound equals to 7000 grains, thus one ounce is equal to 437.5 grains.
- A troy ounce commonly known as t oz, it equals to 480 grains and the international troy ounce is equal to 31.1034768 grams.
- There are 12 troy ounces in the now obsolete troy pound.
- These days troy ounce is used only to express the mass of precious metals such as gold, platinum, palladium or silver.
- The most commonly used derived unit of measuring fluids is the milliliter, classified as one-thousandth of a liter.
- Millimeter is often referred to by the SI derivative unit of "cubic centimeter", which is a commonly used measurement unit for liquids and fluids, especially in medicine and household cleaning products.