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**Ten milliliters is 1/100 of a liter.** In everyday operations, this is a small volume. In a standard U.S. cup, which holds 8 fluid ounces, there are 236.588 milliliters. When working with chemical compounds or on the microscopic level, 10 milliliters may be a relatively large amount.

A milliliter is a measuring unit used in countries that employ both the Imperial and International systems. Used to measure volume, the milliliter is equal to 1 cubic centimeter, which allows for an easy conversion to the International system. It is commonly used in medicine and cooking. An important use for the milliliter in medicine involves dosing procedures.

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## What is 10 milliliters in grams?

A:A milliliter is a measurement of volume, while a gram is a measurement of mass. Therefore, it is impossible to convert between the two measures without additional information. However, one can determine the mass if the density of the substance in question is known.

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## How many milliliters are in 10 ounces?

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Full Answer >**The equivalent of 10 fluid ounces is 295.7 milliliters.**Because 1 fluid ounce equals 29.57 milliliters, converting 10 fluid ounces to milliliters requires multiplying the number of ounces (10) by 29.57 milliliters per fluid ounce or simply moving the decimal point one place to the right.Filed Under: - Q:
## How many cups are in 1 liter?

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Full Answer >**One liter is usually equivalent to about 4 cups, but there are different kinds of cups.**The measurement changes slightly depending on if one is using metric, U.S. customary, U.S. "legal," Canadian, Imperial, Japanese or traditional Japanese cups.Filed Under: - Q:
## How many quarts are in a liter?

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Full Answer >**There are 1.06 quarts in a liter.**The volume of a liter is defined as 1 cubic deciliter. At 4 degrees Celsius, 1 kilogram of water has the volume of 1 liter. For cooking purposes, Betty Crocker considers the quart and liter to be equivalent.Filed Under: