Unit of measurement |
Liters |

1 cubic kilometers (km3) | 1000000000000 l |

1 cubic meters (m3) | 1000 l |

1 cubic decimeters (dm3) | 1 l |

1 cubic centimeters (cm3) | 0.001 l |

1 cubic millimeters (mm3) | 0.000001 l |

1 milliliter (ml) | 0.001 l |

1 microliter (mkl) | 0.000001 l |

1 barrel | 158.987 l |

1 Imperial Gallon | 4.5461 l |

1 US gallon | 3.78541 l |

1 pint | 0.5683 l |

1 quart | 1.136 l |

1 bushel | 36.3688 l |

1 cubic foot | 28.3168 l |

1 cubic inch | 0.0163871 l |

1 cubic yard | 0.000764555 l |

1 register ton | 2830 l |

1 freight ton | 1120 l |

See also - Universal Volume Calculator.

In engineering, the volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface.

The common units of volume in modern use are U.S. customary units in the United States and metric units elsewhere.

The metric system is sub-divided into SI and non-SI units of volume.

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