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    Mcg to ml


    Anyone know how to accurately convert mcg to ml for a liquidclen cycle. I know that 200 mcg is equal to 1 ml by I need to start with 20 or 40 mcg

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    200mcg = 1ml

    20/200= .10ml

    40/200= .20ml

    fixed i think.
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    .5 or .2? half is 100mcg
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    40mcgs is .2ml not .50ml.
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    How can one convert a unit of weight measurement to a unit of volume measurement like that?


    Nevermind, I went back and re-read the original post
    Last edited by RedwolfWV; 11-12-2011 at 12:27 PM. Reason: my bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b
    200mcg = 1ml

    200/20= .10ml

    200/40= .50ml
    Flip your equations

    20/200

    40/200

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedwolfWV
    How can one convert a unit of weight measurement to a unit of volume measurement like that?
    It's not. You're doing a concentration. It's 200mg/ml, he just phrased it wrong
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    something like that, i suck at math, but i knew you divided something.
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    Thanks guys huge help
  

  
 

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