## 1 Milliliter

## =

## 0.001 liters

### Ml to l (How many liters in a milliliter?)

Two volume units are involved in the conversion of milliliters to liters. This calculator is used to convert the volume in milliliters (ml) to liters (l). To use the converter, the first step is to enter the value in milliliters in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to initiate the conversion from milliliters to liters. This gives you the conversion result, displayed below the control buttons in liters. The ‘Reset' button is used to erase all data of the previous conversions from the converter.

##### Example;

Convert 95000 milliliters to liters

##### Solution

The initial step is to enter the value in milliliters (95000) in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion. The result is shown as;

95000 milliliters = 95 liters

This means that there are 95 liters in 95,000 milliliters.

Use the same procedure when converting new values in milliliters to get the corresponding results in liters.

The milliliters to liters converter gives quick and accurate results based on the values you enter in the text field.

## Milliliters to Liters Conversion

#### How many liters in a milliliter?

The volume units' conversion factor of milliliters to liters is 0.001.

1 milliliter = 0.001 liters

Therefore, there are 0.001 liters in one milliliter. If you want to determine the number of liters in a milliliter, simply multiply the value in milliliters by the conversion factor.

For example; how many liters are in 2000 milliliters?

Solution; multiply this value (2000) by the conversion factor (0.001)

= 2000 x 0.001

= 2 liters in 2000 milliliters.

##### Definitions

A milliliter is a volume unit in the metric system abbreviated as "ml". One milliliter is defined as the volume of one gram of water and it is equal to one cubic centimeter.

A liter is a volume unit in the metric system abbreviated as "l". One liter is defined as the volume of a kilogram of water and it is equal to 1000 cubic centimeters.