**millilitres to litres**. There are multiple things or substances like water, milk, petrol, oil, and shampoo in liquid form called liquid substances. Before understanding the two terms like millilitres and litres, we must clear our facts with what is volume or capacity? So the answer to this question is, When we fill any liquid item in a container, the amount of space or the quantity of liquid occupies is called the capacity or the volume of the container.

## Important points to remember about ml to l

- Millilitres and litres are two measuring units.
- Millilitre is a smaller unit. Whereas
- Litres is a bigger unit.
- If we move from higher quantity to smaller quantity we will litre first and millilitre at last.
- We use tools like beaker, measuring cups, droppers etc to measure liquid quantities.

Litres

## What is Millilitre?

## What is Litre?

Litre is also liquid measuring unit used to measure liquid quantities. It is denoted by ‘l’. It is a bigger unit than a millilitre. litre is used to measure the capacity of the big container holds. maximum quantities of liquid or big quantities of liquids are measured in litres. big quantites or substances like water, cooking oil, ghee, petrol, deisel, are measured in litres. Vessels of one litre, 1l, Five litre, 5l are use to measure liquids. When we move from largest quantity to the smallest quantity we will find litre as a largest unit.

#### Common Conversion of millilitres to Litres

ml | Exact size to L | |
---|---|---|

1 ml | 0.001 L | |

2 ml | 0.002 L | |

3 ml | 0.003 L | |

4 ml | 0.004 L | |

5 ml | 0.005 L | |

6 ml | 0.006 L | |

7 ml | 0.007L | |

8 ml | 0.008 L | |

9 ml | 0.009 L | |

10 ml | 0.01 L | |

11 ml | 0.011 L | |

12 ml | 0.012 L | |

13 ml | 0.013 L | |

14 ml | 0.014 L | |

15 ml | 0.015 L | |

16 ml | 0.016 L | |

17 ml | 0.017 L | |

18 ml | 0.018 L | |

19 ml | 0.019 L | |

20 ml | 0.02 L | |

21 ml | 0.021 L | |

22 ml | 0.022 L | |

23 ml | 0.023 L | |

24 ml | 0.024 L | |

25 mll | 0.025 L |

ml | Exact size to L | |
---|---|---|

26 ml | 0.026 L | |

27 ml | 0.027 L | |

28 ml | 0.028 L | |

29 ml | 0.029 L | |

30 ml | 0.03 L | |

31 ml | 0.031 L | |

32 ml | 0.032 L | |

33 ml | 0.033 L | |

34 ml | 0.034 L | |

35 ml | 0.035 L | |

36 ml | 0.036 L | |

37 ml | 0.037 L | |

38 ml | 0.038 L | |

39 ml | 0.039 L | |

40 ml | 0.04 L | |

41 ml | 0.041 L | |

42 ml | 0.042 L | |

43 ml | 0.043 L | |

44 ml | 0.044 L | |

45 ml | 0.045 L | |

46 ml | 0.046 L | |

47 ml | 0.047 L | |

48 ml | 0.048 L | |

49 ml | 0.049 L | |

50 ml | 0.05 L |

ml | Exact size to L | |
---|---|---|

51 ml | 0.051 L | |

52 ml | 0.052 L | |

53 ml | 0.053 L | |

54 ml | 0.054 L | |

55 ml | 0.055 L | |

56 ml | 0.056 L | |

57 ml | 0.057 L | |

58 ml | 0.058 L | |

59 ml | 0.059 L | |

60 ml | 0.06 L | |

61 ml | 0.061 L | |

62 ml | 0.062 L | |

63 ml | 0.063 L | |

64 ml | 0.064 L | |

65 ml | 0.065 L | |

66 ml | 0.066 L | |

67 ml | 0.067 L | |

68 ml | 0.068 L | |

69 ml | 0.069 L | |

70 ml | 0.07 L | |

71 ml | 0.071 L | |

72 ml | 0.072 L | |

73 ml | 0.073 L | |

74 ml | 0.074 L | |

75 ml | 0.075 L |

ml | Exact size to L | |
---|---|---|

76 Ml | 0.076 L | |

77 Ml | 0.077 L | |

78 Ml | 0.078 L | |

79 Ml | 0.079 L | |

80 Ml | 0.08 L | |

81 Ml | 0.081 L | |

82 Ml | 0.082 L | |

83 Ml | 0.083 L | |

84 Ml | 0.084 L | |

85 Ml | 0.085 L | |

86 Ml | 0.086 L | |

87 Ml | 0.087 L | |

88 Ml | 0.088 L | |

89 Ml | 0.089 L | |

90 Ml | 0.09 L | |

91 Ml | 0.091 L | |

92 Ml | 0.092 L | |

93 Ml | 0.093 L | |

94 Ml | 0.094 L | |

95 Ml | 0.095 L | |

96 Ml | 0.096 L | |

97 Ml | 0.097 L | |

98 Ml | 0.098 L | |

99 Ml | 0.099 L | |

100 Ml | 0.1 L |

## Convert Millilitre to litres

It is very easy to learn to convert ml to l or millilitres to litres. We will learn it togather with easy steps, which will make this conversion process of millilitres to litres uncomplictaed. Fisrt we will know that how many mililitres is there in a litre. So the answer is there is one thousand millilitre (ml) in one litre (l). Or we can say one litre (l) is equal to one thousand millilitres (ml). We can write it as

1 l = 1000 ml

So

1 l = 1000 X 1 ml

We will get

1 l / 1000 = 1 ml

We will understand it more by solving some problem and get the accurate result of converting ml to l, millilitres to litres.

We have six hundred ml of how much litre it is.

We know

1 ml = 1l / 1000

600 ml

600 X 1 ml

= 600 X 1 / 1000 l

= 0.6 litre

We have thirty five hundred ml how much litre it is.

We know

1 ml = 1l / 1000

3500 ml

3500 X 1 ml

= 3500 X 1 / 1000 l

= 3.5 litre

Hope it will help you further in solving your problems of **millilitres to litres** and we wish you a very happy learning.