What does 2.5cc equal in either tsp or ml?

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One cc = one ml They are equivalent.
One teaspoon = 5 cc = 5 ml
One Tablespoon (Tbl) = 15 cc = 15 ml

So the answer to your question is    2.5cc = 1/2 teaspoon

I hope that helps. 

2.5 cc equals .5 tsp or 1/2 tsp.

 

15 cc is the equal of?

15 ml .015ml 01.5ml

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