How Many ML in a Litre?


One litre has 1000 millilitres (ml), both measurements are used to indicate measurement of a fluid's capacity in containers. However, the litre can be use to measure non-fluid capacities like berries in a measuring container.
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One liter is equal to 1,000 milliliters.
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2 litres contains 2000 millilitres. A litre is the unit of measurement of the volume of fluid in their container. A millilitre is also used to measure the volume of fluids but in small quantities.
One litre is equivalent to 1000 millilitres. One litre is also equivalent to 1000 cubic centimetres. So there are 0.001 litres in a millilitre.
A litre is made up of a1000 millilitres (mol). The prefix 'mili', in millilitre means 1/1000, thus a millilitre is a thousandth of a litre.
1 litre is equal to 1000 mililitres.
1000 mls is equal to 1 litre.
1000ml = 1 litre
A litre of liquid has exactly 1,000 millilitres. You can calculate different volume units by using a metric conversion calculator. For more information, visit:
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It's 0.3 litres, as 1000ml make up a litre.
1 Liter = 1000 Milliliters. ChaCha on!
There are 1000 ml in a Litre. Therefore 1000 dived by 25 will give the number of nips which is 40.
0.5 L - 0.15 L = 0.35 L or 350 mL.
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