Volume is generally referred to as the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object. Volumetric flasks and cylinders are used to measure volume of any liquids or gases. However, we use mathematical formulas to obtain the volume of solid objects. Volume is an important measure for liquids and gases. We are using volumes in our daily life while we purchase milk, water, liquid syrups,cooking, swimming pools, chemical experiments, fueling vehicles, etc.. Use this volume unit converter tool and get desired and accurate results for your calculations.
1 kiloliter [kL] = 1 cubic meter [m^3], abbreviated as “kL”, this unit is to express the huge volume of liquids, for instance, water carried by a fire station vehicle.
1 liter [L, l] = 0.001 cubic meter [m^3], this unit is commonly used in daily life to measure milk, oil, water, or while cooking.
1 deciliter [dL] = 0.0001 cubic meter [m^3], this unit is used to quantify things like coffee, blood, syrups, etc..
1 centiliter [cL] = 1.0E-5 cubic meter [m^3], this unit is not used generally but can measure small quantities of liquids.
1 milliliter [mL] = 1.0E-6 cubic meter [m^3, this unit is commonly used to take the dosage of medicines through a dropper or teaspoon.
1 microliter [µL] = 1.0E-9 cubic meter [m^3], this unit finds its applications in chemical purification and other experiments.
1 nanoliter [nL] = 1.0E-12 cubic meter [m^3], used to measure analytical volumes during genetic analysis.
1 megaliter [ML] = 1000 cubic meter [m^3], this unit is used to measure huge amounts of liquids like the water holding capacity of dams.
1 picoliter [pL] = 1.0E-15 cubic meter [m^3], this unit finds its usage in printers to measure volume of ink droplets.
1 cubic centimeter [cm^3] = 1.0E-6 cubic meter [m^3], being the SI unit of volume, this unit is used to measure small volumes like a book etc..
1 gallon (US) [gal (US)] = 0.0037854118 cubic meter [m^3] 1 gallon (UK) [gal (UK)] = 0.00454609 cubic meter [m^3], this unit is highly used to measure the fluids or liquids capacity.