# mL to Grams and Grams to mL

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The tables below show mL and gram conversions for water. We're referencing pure water because it's a 1:1 conversion. As many of the common liquids we use in our lives are water-based, we can reference the same conversion (assuming we're estimating for a recipe, and don't want to be 100% accurate). As an example, 1mL of milk weighs about 1.04 grams. So, for a home recipe, that 0.04 difference is quite insignificant.

## mL to Grams Conversions (Water)

mL to Grams | mL to Grams |
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1 mL = 1 gram |
50 mL = 50 grams |

2 mL = 2 grams |
100 mL = 100 grams |

3 mL = 3 grams |
150 mL = 150 grams |

4 mL = 4 grams |
200 mL = 200 grams |

5 mL = 5 grams |
250 mL = 250 grams |

6 mL = 6 grams |
300 mL = 300 grams |

7 mL = 7 grams |
350 mL = 350 grams |

8 mL = 8 grams |
400 mL = 400 grams |

9 mL = 9 grams |
450 mL = 450 grams |

10 mL = 10 grams |
500 mL = 500 grams |

## Grams to mL Conversions (Water)

Grams to mL | Grams to mL |
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1 gram = 1 mL |
50 grams = 50 mL |

2 grams = 2 mL |
100 grams = 100 mL |

3 grams = 3 mL |
150 grams = 150 mL |

4 grams = 4 mL |
200 grams = 200 mL |

5 grams = 5 mL |
250 grams = 250 mL |

6 grams = 6 mL |
300 grams = 300 mL |

7 grams = 7 mL |
350 grams = 350 mL |

8 grams = 8 mL |
400 grams = 400 mL |

9 grams = 9 mL |
450 grams = 450 mL |

10 grams = 10 mL |
500 grams = 500 mL |

## How to Convert mL to Grams

Although the milliliter is a unit of volume and gram a unit of weight, it is possible to convert between the two, providing you know the density of your ingredient. To convert mL to grams, you multiply the volume (in mL) by the density (in g/mL).

The reason we need to know the density of the substance is because some ingredients will be denser and heavier than others. So, for example, 150ml of sugar weighs less than 150ml of honey.

## How to Convert Grams to mL

When converting grams to milliliters, you need to remember that the gram is a unit of weight and milliliter a unit of volume. This means that to make the conversion you need to know the density of your substance (ideally in g/ml, to avoid conversion first). To convert grams to mL, divide your weight (in grams) by the density (in g/mL).

## Other Cooking Conversions

To convert between other cooking units including grams, pounds, cups, tablespoons, teaspoons and more, give the cooking converter a try. Individual converters are also available for cups and grams, ounces and mL and cups and ml, amongst others.

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