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posted by Jan .
does 1 liter = 1 kg?
If the liquid is H2O, yes. To convert volume to mass, you need to know the density. They are not the same thing.
Volume = Mass/Density
and the volume you're talking about is in liters?
1 mL = 1cm (for water)
so
convert it to figure it out :)
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