Very often while solving numerical problems of physics we need to take the help of **Conversions of Volume units** – **litre to m ^{3}** or

**litre to cm**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.

^{3}## litre to cm3 | Liter to cm^{3} | Liter to centimeter cube | Litre to cubic centimeter

**1 Litre = 1000 cm ^{3}** …………………… (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 m^{3} | Liter to meter cube | Litre to cubic meter

**1 Litre = 0.001 m ^{3}** ………………… (2)

This also means, 1

**m**= 1000 Litre

^{3}This denotes that a cube of 1 m length, 1 m width and 1 m height can accommodate 1000 Litre of volume.

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