cm3 (usually called "cubic centimeters," or "cc's") is a unit for volume. If you've ever listened to doctors or nurses talking about how much liquid to put in a hypodermic needle when administering a shot, they usually use "cc's" as the unit. When a doctor tells a nurse, "Give the patient 4 cc's of methodrin," he or she is telling the nurse to inject a 4 cm3 volume of methodrin into the patient.Originally Posted by Joe
1 cubic centimeter (cm3) is the same as 1 milliliter (1mL).
cubic milliter (m3)
milliliter squared (m2)
5m (5 meters)
3m (3 meters)