# Conversion of volume units

Enter a volume as a number and select the unit from and to has a unit conversion done.## Conversion result:

### 0 m^{3} = 0 ml

0 cubic meters are 0 mililiters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 cl

0 cubic meters are 0 centiliters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 dl

0 cubic meters are 0 deciliters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 l

0 cubic meters are 0 liters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 hl

0 cubic meters are 0 hectoliters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 mm^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic milimeters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 cm^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic centimeters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 dm^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic decimeters.### 0 m^{3} = 0 km^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic kilometers.### 0 m^{3} = 0 gal

0 cubic meters are 0 U.S.s gallon.### 0 m^{3} = 0 inch^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic inches.### 0 m^{3} = 0 ft^{3}

0 cubic meters are 0 cubic feet.### 0 m^{3} = 0 barel

0 cubic meters are 0 U.S.s barel.Essential of conversions SI units of the volume is the coefficient 1000. Units of volume are the cubes of units of length. For example, 1 dm

^{3}= 10

^{3}cm

^{3}= 1000 cm

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

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