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A cubic centimeter, or cc, was a measure of volume equal to a cube measuring one centimeter on each side (cm3) or one milliliter (ml). The cc was a common term the volume used in measuring the drug dosage of liquid medicines by volume.

During Tom Paris' first warp 10 flight, the sensor data retrieved from the flight vehicle, Cochrane, was said by B'Elanna Torres to describe "literally every cubic centimeter in this sector", equaling "over five billion gigaquads of information." (VOY: "Threshold")

After the Xindi-Reptilians traveled back to Earth's 2004 to create a viral toxin-base bio-weapon by collecting one of each of the eight Human blood types, they drew approximately 15 ml of blood from each of their victims, including Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

A cubic centimeter of a dark matter asteroid captured by the USS Discovery in 2257 was estimated to weigh 1.5 metric tons. (DIS: "New Eden")

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