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Units of Measure / How Many Ounces in a Liter

The liter is a very definite unit from the metric system and there is nothing unclear about it. It is equal to one cubic decimeter.

But you can get confused while dealing with ounces, because there several types of this unit. First, you should understand that now we mean fluid ounces, not dry ones, which are used for measuring weight. Second, there two main kinds of the fluid ounce: the imperial ounce and the US customary ounce. They are not equal in volume.

- One imperial fluid ounce has 28.41 cubic centimeters.
- On US customary fluid ounce has 29.57 cubic centimeters.

Now we can calculate how many ounces there are in one liter.

- One liter is equal to 35.19 imperial fluid ounces.
- One liter is equal to 33.81 US customary fluid ounces.

If you do not have a calculator next your hand, you can use the following table (for US fluid ounces) for making conversions.

Liter

Ounce

Liter

Ounce

1

33.8140226

20

676.280452

2

676280452

30

1014.420678

3

101.4420678

40

1352.560904

4

135.2560904

50

1690.70113

5

169.070113

60

2028.841356

6

202.8841356

70

2366.981582

7

236.6981582

80

2705.121808

8

270.5121808

90

3043.262034

9

304.3262034

100

3381.40226

10

338.140226

999

337802.085774

- The ounce (abbr. oz) is a non-metric unit of mass or volume (fluid ounce), which is used in many systems and has a number of different definitions. The US fluid ounce is equal to approximately 29.6 milliliters, and the imperial fluid ounce contains about 28.4 milliliters.
- The liter (abbr. L or l) is the basic volume unit in the metric system. It is equals to one cubic decimeter (dm3).

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