Convert between Liter and other Volume units.

Liter

What is liter?

In the past, liter was defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4 °C. Nowadays, liter is an important unit of volume used in the metric system which is equal to one cubic decimeter.

In other words, a cubic with 10 cm sides, has a volume of one liter. "L" is the symbol of liter. Liter has a french origin as it was derived from the french unit "Litron".

Liter is widely used, however, the cubic meter is the main SI unit of volume.

Liter to Cubic meter | Liter to Cubic centimeter | Liter to Cubic foot | Liter to Gallon (US) | Liter to Cubic inch | Liter to Milliliter | Liter to Cubic yard | Liter to Microliter |
Acre-foot
Acre-foot (US survey)
Acre-inch
Attoliter
Barrel (oil)
Barrel (UK)
Barrel (US)
Bath (Biblical)
Board foot
Cab (Biblical)
Cc
Ccf
Centiliter
Cor (Biblical)
Cord
Cubic centimeter
Cubic decimeter
Cubic foot
Cubic inch
Cubic kilometer
Cubic meter
Cubic mile
Cubic millimeter
Cubic yard
Cup (metric)
Cup (UK)
Cup (US)
Deciliter
Decistere
Dekaliter
Dekastere
Dessertspoon (UK)
Dessertspoon (US)
Dram
Drop
Earth's volume
Exaliter
Femtoliter
Fluid ounce (UK)
Fluid ounce (US)
Gallon (UK)
Gallon (US)
Gigaliter
Gill (UK)
Gill (US)
Hectoliter
Hin (Biblical)
Hogshead
Homer (Biblical)
Hundred-cubic foot
Kiloliter
Log (Biblical)
Megaliter
Microliter
Milliliter
Minim (UK)
Minim (US)
Nanoliter
Petaliter
Picoliter
Pint (UK)
Pint (US)
Quart (UK)
Quart (US)
Stere
Tablespoon (metric)
Tablespoon (UK)
Tablespoon (US)
Taza (Spanish)
Teaspoon (metric)
Teaspoon (UK)
Teaspoon (US)
Teraliter
Ton register
Tun