# How to convert ml to grams?

#### Understand the Problem

The question is asking how to convert milliliters (ml) to grams. This conversion depends on the density of the substance being measured, as grams measure mass while milliliters measure volume.

grams = milliliters × density

To convert milliliters to grams, use the formula: grams = milliliters × density

#### Steps to Solve

1. Identify the density of the substance

To convert milliliters (ml) to grams (g), you need to know the density of the substance, which is usually given in grams per milliliter (g/ml).

1. Use the conversion formula

The formula to convert milliliters to grams is:

$$\text{grams} = \text{milliliters} \times \text{density}$$

1. Perform the multiplication

Multiply the volume in milliliters by the density of the substance to get the mass in grams.

For example, if you have 100 ml of a substance with a density of 1.2 g/ml:

$$\text{grams} = 100 \text{ ml} \times 1.2 \text{ g/ml} = 120 \text{ grams}$$

To convert milliliters to grams, use the formula: grams = milliliters × density