Originally posted by: Jzero
You should be able to find a syringe at a hardware store or auto parts shop. They aren't just used for drugs, you know
It is easy to measure 1 ml pal.
get expensive tiny scale.
say you have 60 ml bottle and want 1 ml out of it?
measure weight of whole bottle...let us say 120 grams
empty the liquid in glass and measure bottle empty-say 30 grams
now you know total liquid weight is 90 grams
and you know by inspection that 60 ml=90 grams
you can calculate that 1 ml=1.5 grams
so all you do now is bring tiny cup...measure it? say 10 grams
now pour iquid inside this tiny cup until total weight is 11.5 grams...which is weight of cup and 1 ml in it.
frankly speaking? i dont know if I am joking or serious about this procedure? but it does make sense...right? I guess I hinted that I am joking when I said buy expensive tiny scale! Lol
If it does not have to be exact, 1 drop from a eye drop or similar type device will be about 1ml. You can probably even use something like the tip of a pencil to form a droplet and that will be about 1ml.
I believe 1ml = to 1 cubic mm as well. I may be wrong on this though.
I believe 1ml = to 1 cubic mm as well. I may be wrong on this though.
It is easy to measure 1 ml pal.
get expensive tiny scale.
say you have 60 ml bottle and want 1 ml out of it?
measure weight of whole bottle...let us say 120 grams
empty the liquid in glass and measure bottle empty-say 30 grams
now you know total liquid weight is 90 grams
and you know by inspection that 60 ml=90 grams
you can calculate that 1 ml=1.5 grams
so all you do now is bring tiny cup...measure it? say 10 grams
now pour iquid inside this tiny cup until total weight is 11.5 grams...which is weight of cup and 1 ml in it.
frankly speaking? i dont know if I am joking or serious about this procedure? but it does make sense...right? I guess I hinted that I am joking when I said buy expensive tiny scale! Lol
In 2005 that may have been right, but due to inflation and all 1 ml is 1000 mm3 (1 cm3) these days.
If it does not have to be exact, 1 drop from a eye drop or similar type device will be about 1ml. You can probably even use something like the tip of a pencil to form a droplet and that will be about 1ml.