How many cm3 are there in 1 litre?
1 litre is 1000 millilitre or 1000 cubic centimetre (cm3).
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About 33.8 Oz
Gram is a weight measure, and Litres are a volume measure. If youhave 1 liter of water, then it weighs 1000 grams (assuming that itis at standard temperature and pressure [STP…]). If it is 1 liter ofsomething else, then the number of grams differs.
1 liter = 2.11 pints 1 pint = 0.47 liter
There are 1000 cm3 in a L.
1000 cmÂ³ = 1 Litre. So to concert cmÂ³ to Litres you divide by 1000. And to convert Litres into cmÂ³ you multiply by 1000. Example: If you have 3000 cmÂ³, how many… litres do you have?. ANS: 3000 divide by 1000 = 3 Litres
The density is missing
There are 3.8 litres in one US gallon, or 4.5 litres in an imperial gallon
The prefix "milli-" means a thousand so multiply by 1000.
The units are incompatible. Grams are a measure of mass, litres are a measure of volume. The density of the substance would need to be known.
A fluid Ounce occupies 28.3 milliliter (ml) and 1Litre occupies 1,000 ml Answer:- 1000 divided by 28.3 equals 35.3 Ounce.
One liter = 100 cL
There is no answer because milligrams is a measurement of weight and 1 L is volume. If you meant how heavy 1L is in milligrams, this depends on the substance's density.
1 l = 1000 cmÂ³ â 0.75 l = 0.75 x 1000 cmÂ³ = 750 cmÂ³ (1 cmÂ³ = 1 ml)