How many millimeters in a milliliter

Calculate milliliters in a pipette


Calculator how many milliliters fit in a pipette of a certain size.

From a mathematical point of view, a simplified pipette is a narrow cylinder on which a short, narrowing truncated cone is placed, on which in turn a very narrow, longer truncated cone is seated. Pipettes are used to aspirate small amounts of liquid. For example, they suck in water without it flowing back, which doesn't work with a large opening. Therefore the sizes are to be entered in millimeters, the volume is calculated in milliliters.
Lengths and diameters must be measured inside the pipette.

Example: a pipette has a cylinder length of 50 millimeters, the length of the middle part is 10 millimeters and that of the tip is 30 millimeters. The diameter of the cylinder is 5 millimeters, the diameter at the inward bend is 2 millimeters and at the top it is one millimeter. When the pipette is filled, it contains a little over 1.1 milliliters.





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