## 0.01 Deciliter

### Cubic Centimeters to Deciliters (How many deciliters in a cubic centimeters?)

This is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in cubic centimeters (cm3) to volume in deciliters (dl). When using the calculator, first enter the value in cubic centimeters in the blank text field. Click the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion from cubic centimeters to deciliters. The result in deciliters is displayed below the control at the bottom platform of the calculator.

##### For example;

Convert 550 cubic centimeters to deciliters

##### Solution

First, enter the volume in cubic centimeters (550) in the blank text field. Click the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion from cubic centimeters to deciliters. The result is displayed as;

550 Cubic Centimeters = 5.5 Deciliters

This means that there are 5.5 Deciliters in 550 cubic centimeters.

Use the same procedure when you want to convert new values from cubic centimeters to deciliters.

This converter can only execute a single conversion at a time. It also gives quick and accurate results depending on the values entered in the blank text field.

## Cubic Centimeters to Deciliters Conversion

Enter a value that you want to convert into deciliters and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many deciliters in a cubic centimeter?

The volume units' conversion factor of cubic centimeters to deciliters is 0.01.

1 Cubic centimeter = 0.01 deciliters

This means that there are 0.01 deciliters in one cubic centimeter.

If you want to determine the number of deciliters in one cubic centimeter, you simply multiply the value in cubic centimeters by the conversion factor.

For example; how many deciliters are in 550 cubic centimeters?

= 550 x 0.01

= 5.5 deciliters in 550 cubic centimeters

#### Definition

A cubic centimeter is a unit of volume measurement in the metric system abbreviated as "cm3". It is defined as a cube whose sides are equivalent to one centimeter each.

A deciliter is a unit of volume measurement in the metric system abbreviated as "dl". It is defined as "decilitre" in the Britain English.