# Conversion of volume units

Enter a volume as a number and select the unit from and to has a unit conversion done.Essential of converions SI units of volume is the coefficient 1000. This is because the volume of three-dimensional bodies depends on the cube power of the rate SI metric system 10

^{3}= 1000 . For example, 1 dm

^{3}= 1000 cm

^{3}. Another important rule is the definition 1 liter = 1 dm

^{3}. Imperial volume units uses nontrivial coefficients for converions. ie. 1 gal = 3.78541 liters

Direct conversion: ml to cl; ml to dl; ml to l; ml to mm

^{3}; ml to cm

^{3}; ml to dm

^{3}; ml to inch

^{3}; cl to ml; cl to dl; cl to l; cl to cm

^{3}; cl to dm

^{3}; cl to gal; cl to inch

^{3}; dl to ml; dl to cl; dl to l; dl to hl; dl to cm

^{3}; dl to dm

^{3}; dl to gal; dl to inch

^{3}; dl to ft

^{3}; l to ml; l to cl; l to dl; l to hl; l to cm

^{3}; l to dm

^{3}; l to m

^{3}; l to gal; l to inch

^{3}; l to ft

^{3}; l to barel; hl to dl; hl to l; hl to dm

^{3}; hl to m

^{3}; hl to gal; hl to ft

^{3}; hl to barel; mm

^{3}to ml; mm

^{3}to cm

^{3}; cm

^{3}to ml; cm

^{3}to cl; cm

^{3}to dl; cm

^{3}to l; cm

^{3}to mm

^{3}; cm

^{3}to dm

^{3}; cm

^{3}to inch

^{3}; dm

^{3}to ml; dm

^{3}to cl; dm

^{3}to dl; dm

^{3}to l; dm

^{3}to hl; dm

^{3}to cm

^{3}; dm

^{3}to m

^{3}; dm

^{3}to gal; dm

^{3}to inch

^{3}; dm

^{3}to ft

^{3}; dm

^{3}to barel; m

^{3}to l; m

^{3}to hl; m

^{3}to dm

^{3}; m

^{3}to gal; m

^{3}to ft

^{3}; m

^{3}to barel; gal to cl; gal to dl; gal to l; gal to hl; gal to dm

^{3}; gal to m

^{3}; gal to inch

^{3}; gal to ft

^{3}; gal to barel; inch

^{3}to ml; inch

^{3}to cl; inch

^{3}to dl; inch

^{3}to l; inch

^{3}to cm

^{3}; inch

^{3}to dm

^{3}; inch

^{3}to gal; ft

^{3}to dl; ft

^{3}to l; ft

^{3}to hl; ft

^{3}to dm

^{3}; ft

^{3}to m

^{3}; ft

^{3}to gal; ft

^{3}to barel; barel to l; barel to hl; barel to dm

^{3}; barel to m

^{3}; barel to gal; barel to ft

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