One milliliter is equal to one one-thousandth of a liter or 1 cubic centimeter. In U.S. measurements, a milliliter is 0.03 fluid ounces, 0.06 cubic inches or 0.2 teaspoons; in British Imperial units, a milliliter is 0.04 fluid ounces or 0.17 teaspoons. There are roughly 15 to 20 drops of a liquid in 1 milliliter.
The milliliter is part of the metric system, a standardized decimal-based form of measurement first proposed in the 16th century and widely adopted by scientists and international organizations in the 19th century. The liter was intended to measure the volume of water with a mass of 1 kilogram.Learn More
The basic metric units for liquid volume are the liter and the milliliter. Little difference exists between the metric liter and the quart, which is used to measure volume in the U.S. One quart is equivalent to 1.06 liters, and one liter equivalent to 0.95 quart, according to About.com.Full Answer >
One liter is the equivalent of approximately 0.2642 gallons. As both terms are measurements of volume, one can convert between the two by utilizing the fact that there are about 3.785 liters per gallon.Full Answer >
A three-phase induction motor's RPM can be calculated using a relatively simple mathematical formula. RPM is equal to (120 x frequency)/number of poles in the motor.Full Answer >
A bag of cement weighs 94 pounds. Concrete mix typically uses five bags of cement, or 470 pounds, per yard of concrete to be poured. Concrete mix includes rocks and sand along with cement.Full Answer >