The **cubic meter****(m³**) is a widely used unit for specifying space or volume. **One m³ corresponds to 1,000 dm³ or 1,000 liters.**

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However, it is often necessary to convert this unit into other units of volume or weight.

## Conversion to other units of volume

### 1. cubic meter to liter

1 cubic meter corresponds to: 1,000 liters

One liter is defined as one decimeter to the power of 3, i.e. 1 liter = 1 dm³.

**Calculation method**: 1 m³ = (10 dm)³ = 1,000 dm³ = 1,000 liters.

### 2. cubic meter in cubic decimeters (dm³)

1 cubic meter corresponds to: 1,000 dm³

As already mentioned, 1 dm³ is equal to 1 liter.

### 3. cubic meter in cubic centimeters (cm³)

1 cubic meter equals: 1,000,000 cm³

**Calculation method**: 1 m³ = (100 cm)³ = 1,000,000 cm³.

### 4. cubic meter in cubic millimeters (mm³)

1 cubic meter corresponds to: 1,000,000,000 mm³

**Calculation method**: 1 m³ = (1,000 mm)³ = 1,000,000,000 mm³.

## Conversion to units of weight

The conversion of cubic meters into units of weight requires additional information about the specific weight or density of the material.

### 1. cubic meter of water in kilograms

1 cubic meter of water at 4°C (highest density of water) corresponds to: 1,000 kg

This is because the density of water at 4°C is exactly 1,000 kg/m³.

### 2. cubic meter of concrete in kilograms

The density of concrete varies depending on its composition, but a common value is: 2,400 kg/m³

This means that 1 m³ of concrete weighs approximately 2,400 kg.

### 3. cubic meter of air in kilograms

The density of air varies according to temperature and air pressure. Under normal conditions (0°C and 101.325 kPa), the density of air is: approx. 1.293 kg/m³

This means that 1 m³ of air under normal conditions weighs about 1.293 kg.

## Conclusion

The conversion of cubic meters into other units of volume or weight is often straightforward and based on fixed definitions. When converting to weight units, it is important to take into account the specific density of the material. It is always advisable to use current and accurate data sources to obtain accurate conversion results

## Volume

- Barrel
- Barrel in liters
- British gallon
- Centiliter
- Centiliters in liters
- Cubic centimeter
- Cubic centimeters in cubic meters
- Cubic decimeter
- Cubic decimeters in cubic meters
- Cubic kilometer
- Cubic meter
- Cubic millimeter
- Cubic millimeters in cubic centimeters
- Deciliter
- Deciliter in liters
- Gallons in liters
- Hectoliter
- Hectoliters in liters
- Liter
- Milliliter
- Milliliters to liters
- US gallon

## Volume

- Barrel
- Barrel in liters
- British gallon
- Centiliter
- Centiliters in liters
- Cubic centimeter
- Cubic centimeters in cubic meters
- Cubic decimeter
- Cubic decimeters in cubic meters
- Cubic kilometer
- Cubic meter
- Cubic millimeter
- Cubic millimeters in cubic centimeters
- Deciliter
- Deciliter in liters
- Gallons in liters
- Hectoliter
- Hectoliters in liters
- Liter
- Milliliter
- Milliliters to liters
- US gallon