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Our web-based application is designed specifically to calculate volumes and capacities of all kinds, including cubic metres, cubic centimetres, cubic millimetres, millilitres, gallons, and others.

A liter is equal to 1000 cubic centimetres when converted to cubic centimetres. The formulae for converting liquid volume might be familiar to you. Alternatively, you might require more immediate answers in order to calculate other volume measurements. This is where tools for converting liquid measurements are needed.

A liter to gallon volume converter is required; why?

Some purposes may require the conversion of volume units. Calculating the amount of water that can fit in a tank, for example, is possible with a water volume calculator. Calculating the tank volume from liters to gallons is as easy as measuring the tank's volume. For students in need of help with their school projects, this is an easy way to convert gallon to liter.

Moreover, a cubic meter calculator can also be convenient when calculating solids' volume. So, you can convert liquid measurements into solids and even vice versa. A pipe volume calculator would allow you to work out the volume (liters to gallons) of water that a pipe can handle.

A functional liquid volume conversion is no longer too hard to find. We have a free and very easy-to-use volume calculator online. Use the calculator to convert Volume units for acre-foot, cubic foot, cup, gallon, etc.

Volume is the amount of total space on the interior of the solid. Knowing the volume definition, we can now focus on the formulas for the volume of common geometric solids. Using these formulas manually won’t be difficult, but use the volume calculator for fast, accurate results every time.

With our volume calculator, you can calculate virtually any volume unit. Besides serving as a volume weight and gallon calculator, this calculator is also a Cubic Inch calculator, i.e., it works like a cube volume calculator. Liters and gallons can be converted, respectively.

In the end, what are your plans for using this high-performance converter? You can get started by following these steps:

- Step 1 - We have our unit converter tools on our website, located at https://www.coderstool.com/.
- Step 2 - Make sure you have selected the "Volume Converter" option from the categories of unit converter options.
- Step 3 - Choose the units you will convert are (cubic meter (m*3) to liters), (liters to cubic metres), (cubic meter to cubic feet), (cubic metres to litres), (cubic feet to cubic metres) and (cubic feet to cubic yards).
- Step 4 - Your conversion value should be entered here.
- Step 5 -You can convert a value into any unit you prefer. (for example, cubic centimeters)
- Step 6 - It's done! There is no waiting involved. The box instantly shows the correct conversion value.

Getting volume calculations and conversions done has never been more comfortable. For any of the calculations, you do not need the formulae. Creating an account or providing unnecessary information is not required either. The formula is simple enough for even the most inexperienced users to use and can therefore be applied to any mathematical purpose or professionals looking for quick answers about all sorts of volume conversions.

Measure | AUS | CAN & NZ | UK | FDA | US |
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Teaspoon | 5 | 5 | 5 | 5 | 4.93 |

Tablespoon | 20 | 15 | 15 | 15 | 14.79 |

Fluid ounce | 28.41 | 28.41 | 28.41 | 30 | 29.57 |

Cup | 250 | 250 | 250 | 240 | 236.59 |

Pint | 570 | 568.26 | 568.26 | — | 473.18 |

Quart | 1136.52 | 1136.52 | 1136.52 | — | 946.35 |

Gallon | 4546.09 | 4546.09 | 4546.09 | — | 3785.41 |

The volume conversion table (volume conversion chart) below shows the conversion factors between volume units.

teaspoon | tablespoon | fl oz | cup | pt (US) | pt (UK) | qt | gal | L | mL | |
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1 teaspoon |
1 | 0.333333333 | 0.166666667 | 0.020833333 | 0.010416667 | 0.008673689 | 0.005208333 | 0.001302083 | 0.004928922 | 4.928921594 |

1 tablespoon |
3 | 1 | 0.5 | 0.0625 | 0.03125 | 0.026021068 | 0.015625 | 0.00390625 | 0.014786765 | 14.78676478 |

1 fl oz |
6 | 2 | 1 | 0.125 | 0.0625 | 0.052042137 | 0.03125 | 0.0078125 | 0.02957353 | 29.57352956 |

1 cup |
48 | 16 | 8 | 1 | 0.5 | 0.416337092 | 0.25 | 0.0625 | 0.236588237 | 236.5882365 |

1 pt (US) |
96 | 32 | 16 | 2 | 1 | 0.832674185 | 0.5 | 0.125 | 0.473176473 | 473.176473 |

1 pt (UK) |
115.2911928 | 38.43039762 | 19.21519881 | 2.401899851 | 1.200949926 | 1 | 0.600474963 | 0.150118741 | 0.56826125 | 568.26125 |

1 qt |
192 | 64 | 32 | 4 | 2 | 1.665348 | 1 | 0.25 | 0.946352946 | 946.352946 |

1 gal |
768 | 256 | 128 | 16 | 8 | 6.661393 | 4 | 1 | 3.785411784 | 3785.411784 |

1 L |
202.8841362 | 67.6280454 | 33.8140227 | 4.226752838 | 2.113376419 | 1.759753986 | 1.056688209 | 0.264172052 | 1 | 1000 |

1 mL |
0.202884136 | 0.067628045 | 0.033814023 | 0.004226753 | 0.002113376 | 0.001759754 | 0.001056688 | 0.000264172 | 0.001 | 1 |

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