There are approximately 1,892.7 milliliters in 1 half-gallon of volume. That works out to 3,785.4 milliliters per gallon, 1.892 liters per half-gallon and 3.785 liters per gallon. More »

It takes approximately two and a half 750 milliliter bottles to make a half gallon. To get the number of bottles needed to make half a gallon, the gallon has to be converted to milliliters, divided by 2 to get half of it... More »

One quart equals 946 milliliters. Quarts and milliliters are both liquid measurements for units of volume. Milliliter is a metric measurement, and quart is an imperial measurement. More »

The maximum amount of dimes that can fit into one gallon is 11,159 based on the volume of a dime and the volume of a gallon in cubic inches. This calculation assumes each dime fits into the gallon perfectly, with a minim... More »

Five hundred ml, or milliliters, is the same volume as a cube 7.937 centimeters on a side. This is approximately the same volume as two small square milk containers. More »

CCs (cubic centimeters) and mL (milliliters) are both units of volume that are equal to each other, but derived from different base units. A volume in CCs can be converted to mL simply by multiplying by 1, because 1 CC i... More »

The first step in converting milliliters to ounces is understanding the volume conversion. Since 29.57ml equals 1 fluid ounce, convert 20 milliliters to fluid ounces by dividing 20ml by 29.57ml, which equals 0.67628 or 0... More »

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