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Conversions of Volume units – litre to m3 or litre to cm3 | liter to m3 or liter to cm3

Last updated on April 15th, 2021 at 03:09 pm

Very often while solving numerical problems of physics we need to take the help of Conversions of Volume unitslitre to m3 or litre to cm3 or vice versa. (liter and litre are considered the same). As we try to convert from one unit to the other then the conversion factors come as useful time-savers.

litre to cm3 | Liter to cm3 | Liter to centimeter cube | Litre to cubic centimeter

1 Litre = 1000 cm3 …………………… (1)
That means a volume of 1 litre can accommodate 1000 cubes, each having 1 cm length, 1 cm width, and 1 cm height.

litre to m3 | Liter to m3 | Liter to meter cube | Litre to cubic meter

1 Litre = 0.001 m3 ………………… (2)

This also means, 1 m3 = 1000 Litre
This denotes that a cube of 1 m length, 1 m width and 1 m height can accommodate 1000 Litre of volume.

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