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# Convert Litre to Millilitre

Written by Rahul Lath

Updated on: 24 May 2023

### Convert Litre to Millilitre

Conversion of litre to millilitre: Litres and millilitres are used to measure the volume. A volume of 1000 millilitres makes a litre. This article will help you to convert litre to millilitre.

Litres

l

Millilitres

ml

## What Is Litre?

Litre is the unit of volume in the metric system and it is equal to 1000 cubic centimetres. It’s denoted as ‘l.’

Common Usage:

• Used for measuring water in a can.
• Used for measuring the volume of a bottle.
• Used for measuring the oil in a big container.

## What Is Millilitre?

Milliliter is a unit of volume in the metric system and is equal to one-thousandth of a litre. It’s denoted as ‘ml.’

Common Usage:

• Used for measuring water in a glass.
• Used for measuring various liquids in a beaker
• Used for measuring oil in a vessel.

## How to Convert Litre to Millilitre?

To convert litre to milliliter, multiply the given value of litres by 1000 to get the value in millilitres. As
1 Litre = 1000 Millilitres

The formula to convert litre to milliliter is given below:
X l = X  × 1000 ml

## Examples of the Conversion Of Litre to Millilitre

Problem 1: Convert 10 litres to millilitres.
Solution 1:

Step 1: The given value is 10 litres.
Step 2: To convert litres to millilitres, substitute the given values in the required places in the conversion formula.
X l = X  × 1000 ml
Hence,
10 l = 10 × 1000 ml
= 10000 ml
Therefore, 10 litres is 10000 millilitres.

Problem 2: Convert 6 litres to millilitres.
Solution 2:

Step 1: The given value is 6 litres.
Step 2: To convert litres to millilitres, substitute the given values in the required places in the conversion formula.
X l = X  × 1000 ml
Hence,
6 l = 6 × 1000 ml
= 6000 ml
Therefore, 6 litres is 6000 millilitres.

Problem 3: Convert 4 litres to millilitres.
Solution 3:

Step 1: The given value is 4 litres.
Step 2: To convert litres to millilitres, substitute the given values in the required places in the conversion formula.
X l = X  × 1000 ml
Hence,
4 l = 4 × 1000 ml
= 4000 ml
Therefore, 4 litres is 4000 millilitres.

Problem 4: Convert 20 litres to millilitres.
Solution 4:

Step 1: The given value is 20 litres.
Step 2: To convert litres to millilitres, substitute the given values in the required places in the conversion formula.
X l = X  × 1000 ml
Hence,
20 l = 20 × 1000 ml
= 20000 ml
Therefore, 20 litres is 20000 millilitres.

Problem 5: Convert 7 litres to millilitres.
Solution 5:

Step 1: The given value is 7 litres.
Step 2: To convert litres to millilitres, substitute the given values in the required places in the conversion formula.
X l = X  × 1000 ml
Hence,
7 l = 7 × 1000 ml
= 7000 ml
Therefore, 7 litres is 7000 millilitres.

## FAQs on the Conversion Of Litre to Millilitre

Is 1 l the same as 1000 mL?
Yes, 1000 millilitres is litre.

What is the formula for L to mL?
To convert litre to milliliter, multiply the given value by 1000 to get the value in millilitres. As
1 Litre = 1000 Millitres
The formula to convert litre to milliliter is given below:
X l = X  × 1000 ml

Is 250ml equal to 1 litre?
No, 1000 ml makes a litre.

What is bigger 1 mL or 1 L?
1 litre is bigger in comparison to 1 ml.

What is the smallest ml or L?
Millilitre is the smallest unit in comparison to litre.

References

The SI Base Units

Written by by

Rahul Lath

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