**Our grams to ml calculator is a tool designed to convert measurements from grams (a unit of mass) to milliliters (a unit of volume).**

The calculator simplifies the process of converting between these **two units**, which can be complex due to the varying **densities** of different substances. For example, **100 grams of water** will occupy a different volume than **100 grams of flour** or **100 grams of olive oil**.

## Grams to Milliliters Calculator

Substance | Grams | Milliliters |
---|---|---|

Water | 100 | 100 |

Milk | 200 | 194 |

Olive Oil | 300 | 326 |

Honey | 400 | 286 |

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## Grams to Milliliters Converter Formula

The **formula** for converting grams to milliliters is:

**Volume (ml) = Mass (g) / Density (g/ml)**

This formula highlights the critical role that **density** plays in the conversion process.

Density is defined as the **mass of a substance per unit volume**, typically expressed in **grams per milliliter (g/ml)** for liquid and solid substances.

It’s important to understand that density varies significantly between different materials. For instance:

**Water**has a density of approximately**1 g/ml**at room temperature**Vegetable oil**has a density of about**0.92 g/ml****Mercury**has a much higher density of**13.6 g/ml**

## Is 1g equal to 1 mL?

The simple answer is: **not necessarily**. Whether 1 gram equals 1 milliliter depends entirely on the **substance** being measured.

For **water** at room temperature (around 20°C or 68°F), 1 gram is indeed very close to 1 milliliter.

This convenient **1:1 ratio** is why water is often used as a reference point in cooking and scientific measurements.

It’s important to note that even water’s density changes slightly with temperature.

For most other substances, 1 gram will not equal 1 milliliter. For example:

- 1 gram of
**olive oil**is approximately**1.09 ml** - 1 gram of
**milk**is about**0.97 ml** - 1 gram of
**honey**is roughly**0.7 ml**

## How do you convert grams to mL?

Converting grams to milliliters involves a few steps:

**Identify the substance**: Determine what material you’re working with, as this will affect the conversion.**Find the density**: Look up the density of the substance in g/ml. This information is widely available in**scientific tables**or can be found through reliable online sources.**Apply the formula**: Use the formula:**Volume (ml) = Mass (g) / Density (g/ml)****Calculate**: Divide the mass in grams by the density to get the volume in milliliters.

For example, let’s convert 50 grams of vegetable oil to milliliters:

- Substance:
**Vegetable oil** - Density of vegetable oil: approximately
**0.92 g/ml** - Formula: Volume =
**50 g / 0.92 g/ml** - Result: Volume ≈
**54.35 ml**

## What is 100 grams in mL?

The conversion of **100 grams to milliliters** depends on the substance being measured. Here are a few examples:

**Water**: 100 g ≈**100 ml**(at room temperature)**Milk**: 100 g ≈**103 ml****Vegetable oil**: 100 g ≈**109 ml****Honey**: 100 g ≈**143 ml**

For water, the conversion is straightforward due to its density being close to 1 g/ml. For other substances, we need to use the conversion formula:

**Volume (ml) = Mass (g) / Density (g/ml)**

Let’s take vegetable oil as an example:

- Mass:
**100 g** - Density of vegetable oil: approximately
**0.92 g/ml** - Calculation:
**100 g / 0.92 g/ml ≈ 109 ml**

## What is 20g in mL?

Converting **20 grams to milliliters** varies depending on the substance. Here are some common conversions:

**Water**: 20 g ≈**20 ml****Milk**: 20 g ≈**20.6 ml****Vegetable oil**: 20 g ≈**21.7 ml****Honey**: 20 g ≈**28.6 ml**

Let’s break down the calculation for milk:

- Mass:
**20 g** - Density of milk: approximately
**1.03 g/ml** - Calculation:
**20 g / 1.03 g/ml ≈ 19.4 ml**

**1 gram to milliliter**:- For water: 1 g =
**1 ml** - For milk: 1 g ≈
**0.97 ml** - For olive oil: 1 g ≈
**1.09 ml** - For honey: 1 g ≈
**0.71 ml**

- For water: 1 g =
**250 grams to milliliter**:- For water: 250 g =
**250 ml** - For milk: 250 g ≈
**243 ml** - For olive oil: 250 g ≈
**272 ml** - For honey: 250 g ≈
**179 ml**

- For water: 250 g =
**450 grams to milliliter**:- For water: 450 g =
**450 ml** - For milk: 450 g ≈
**437 ml** - For olive oil: 450 g ≈
**489 ml** - For honey: 450 g ≈
**321 ml**

- For water: 450 g =
**397 grams to milliliter**:- For water: 397 g =
**397 ml** - For milk: 397 g ≈
**385 ml** - For olive oil: 397 g ≈
**432 ml** - For honey: 397 g ≈
**284 ml**

- For water: 397 g =