How Many Milligrams in a Gallon?

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There are exactly 17.118061211 milligrams in one gallon. These two units of measurement are not always compatible though because milligrams is a measurement of mass, while gallons measures volume. One US gallon equals 3.7851 liters and 3785.41 milliliters. A gallon is a unit of measurement that is used in many English speaking countries such as the United States and Canada. There are different versions of the gallon depending on the country. For example, the Imperial gallon is the United Kingdom's version of the gallon and it is equal to 4.546.
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Gallon is a liquid measure and milligram is a weight measure, so that doesn't quite work. Did you mean millilitre? 1 gal = 0.003785411784 mL. Or you can take the specific gravity
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Do you mean milliliters? 1 gallon [US liquid] = 3,785.411784 milliliters 1 gallon [US, dry] = 4,404.8838 milliliters 1 gallon [UK] = 4,546.09 milliliters http://www.onlineconversion.com
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Generally, mg/L is used by the scientific community and gpg is used by the water treatment industry. The conversion formula is: 1 gpg = 17.1 mg/L.
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