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#1
07-06-2008, 09:54 AM
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grams to milliliters?

Hi,

I am trying to find the difference between 3 grams of cologne and 50 ml.??? Thanks.
#2
07-06-2008, 01:23 PM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: grams to milliliters?

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Unregistered Hi, I am trying to find the difference between 3 grams of cologne and 50 ml.??? Thanks.
The density of water is 1 g/mL, 50 mL would be 50 g.

I have no good idea as to the density of cologne. There is some water, some alcohol (about 0.8), some oils (about 0.9). I'm guessing it is somewhere between 0.9 and 1 g/mL. 50 mL should be (if my guess is correct) between 45 - 50 g, so 3 g would be wildly not equal.
#3
07-06-2008, 05:49 PM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

Thank you... that helps!
#4
05-12-2010, 04:10 AM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

Quote:
 Originally Posted by JohnS The density of water is 1 g/mL, 50 mL would be 50 g. I have no good idea as to the density of cologne. There is some water, some alcohol (about 0.8), some oils (about 0.9). I'm guessing it is somewhere between 0.9 and 1 g/mL. 50 mL should be (if my guess is correct) between 45 - 50 g, so 3 g would be wildly not equal.

thank's it realy helped me
#5
12-11-2008, 03:26 PM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

What about the density of condensed milk and evaporated milk? I want to know this because I used Evaporated milk instead of condensed( which it called for) for fudge. The fudge is in the fridge currently and it is extremely TOO liquidy! What did I do wrog and how do I do it next time with the left-over evaporated milk?
#6
12-11-2008, 11:51 PM
 Mrs X can't count, can't spell! Join Date: Feb 2006 Location: New Zealand Posts: 2,298 Rep Power: 11
Re: grams to milliliters?

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Megan What about the density of condensed milk and evaporated milk? I want to know this because I used Evaporated milk instead of condensed( which it called for) for fudge. The fudge is in the fridge currently and it is extremely TOO liquidy! What did I do wrog and how do I do it next time with the left-over evaporated milk?
Hi Megan,

Have a look at the lists of ingredients on the tin. If your condnsed milk is the same as ours, it has a VERY high sugar content added. Evapourated milk has been partially dired, so it is more like a paste than a liquid, but it doesn't taste sweet, and the sugar content is much lower.

I think the two products would behave very differently when you are making something like fudge. Hope this helps.
#7
10-13-2009, 04:28 PM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

I am wondering if anyone would know the density of fudge? I know that it is more dense than honey but what is its density about?
#8
01-30-2010, 04:48 PM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

i am trying to find out how many mililiters are in 106 grams of pudding
#9
01-31-2010, 04:56 AM
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Re: grams to milliliters?

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Unregistered i am trying to find out how many mililiters are in 106 grams of pudding
I can't find a density for pudding. Based on milk and the added sugar, I would expect a density slightly higher than water's 1 g/mL, but I doubt it would exceed 1.1 g/mL. I think 106 g of pudding would be close to 100 mL, and I doubt it would fall outside a range og 95-105 mL.
#10
01-31-2010, 07:08 PM
 Mrs X can't count, can't spell! Join Date: Feb 2006 Location: New Zealand Posts: 2,298 Rep Power: 11
Re: grams to milliliters?

I wondered how to answer post number 7, as 106 grams is a strange size for a serving of pudding. You would use HEAPS more if you were dishing it up yourself, and a commercial single serve tub would normally be 150g or 200g.

It might be a packet of powdered pudding, and the poster is wondering how much milk to add? - If it says to make it up to a cup, (250mL) then you just mix it with milk in a measuring jug until you have the final volume correct.

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