The unit **liter****(l**) is a frequently used measure of volume. However, it is sometimes necessary to convert liters into other units or even weights, depending on the context. **One liter equals 1,000 milliliters (ml).**

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### Conversion to other units of volume

**Milliliter (ml)**- 1 liter = 1,000 milliliters
- To convert liters to milliliters, multiply the number of liters by 1,000.

**Cubic centimeter (cm³)**- 1 liter = 1,000 cm³
- One cubic centimeter corresponds to one milliliter, so the conversion is the same as for milliliters.

**Cubic meter (m³)**- 1 liter = 0.001 m³
- To convert liters to cubic meters, divide the number of liters by 1,000.

**Gallons (US)**- 1 liter = 0.2642 US gallons
- To convert to US gallons, multiply the number of liters by 0.2642.

**Gallons (UK)**- 1 liter = 0.21997 UK gallons
- To convert to UK gallons, multiply the number of liters by 0.21997.

## Conversion to weight

When converting from volume to weight, you must bear in mind that this is only possible for liquids with a known density. Let's take water as an example:

**Kilogram (for water)**- 1 liter of water = 1 kilogram
- As the density of water is approximately 1 kg/l, 1 liter of water corresponds to a weight of 1 kilogram.

**Gram (for water)**- 1 liter of water = 1,000 grams
- The same principle applies here as for the conversion to kilograms, except that the weight is given in grams.

**Note**: The conversion from volume to weight varies depending on the liquid. Oil, for example, is lighter than water, so 1 liter of oil would weigh less than 1 kilogram.

## Conclusion

Converting liters to other units and weights can be useful depending on your needs and context. It is important to always use the correct conversion factors and, when converting to weight, to take into account the specific density of the liquid in question.

## 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