Liter to Cubic Meter Conversion (L to m³)

Please enter liter (L) value of volume unit to convert liter to cubic meter.

1 L = 0.001 m³
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L: Liter, m³: Cubic Meter

How Many Cubic Meter in a Liter?

There are 0.001 cubic meter in a liter.
1 Liter is equal to 0.001 Cubic Meter.
1 L = 0.001 m³

Liter Definition

A liter is a non-metric unit of volume which is equal to the volume of a cube with 10 cm on each side. It is a non-SI unit, which recognizes the same volume unit as a cubic decimeter. Originated from an ancient French measurement system, a liter is now used very widely around the world for measuring volume of all kinds of liquid substances. It has go a symbol of l (or L).

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Cubic Meter Definition

A base unit of measurement for volume, a cubic meter is representing the volume which is equal to the one of a cube with 1 meter at each side. This unit is very popular and very widely used around the world even in the countries like the UK, the US, and other ones which adopted the Imperial system. One cubic meter is equal to 1,000 liters, roughly 1.31 cubic yards, or roughly 35.3 cubic feet.

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About L to m³ Converter

This is a very easy to use liter to cubic meter converter. First of all just type the liter (L) value in the text field of the conversion form to start converting L to m³, then select the decimals value and finally hit convert button if auto calculation didn't work. Cubic Meter value will be converted automatically as you type.

The decimals value is the number of digits to be calculated or rounded of the result of liter to cubic meter conversion.

You can also check the liter to cubic meter conversion chart below, or go back to liter to cubic meter converter to top.

Liter to Cubic Meter Conversion Examples

1 L = 0.001 Cubic Meter

Example for 1000 Liter: 
1000 Liter = 1000 (Liter) 
1000 Liter = 1000 x (0.001 Cubic Meter) 
1000 Liter = 1 Cubic Meter 

Example for 100 Liter: 
100 Liter = 100 (Liter) 
100 Liter = 100 x (0.001 Cubic Meter) 
100 Liter = 0.1 Cubic Meter 

Example for 6 Liter: 
6 Liter = 6 (Liter) 
6 Liter = 6 x (0.001 Cubic Meter) 
6 Liter = 0.006 Cubic Meter 


Liter to Cubic Meter Conversion Chart

LiterCubic Meter
1 L0.001 m³
2 L0.002 m³
3 L0.003 m³
4 L0.004 m³
5 L0.005 m³
6 L0.006 m³
7 L0.007 m³
8 L0.008 m³
9 L0.009 m³
10 L0.01 m³
11 L0.011 m³
12 L0.012 m³
13 L0.013 m³
14 L0.014 m³
15 L0.015 m³
16 L0.016 m³
17 L0.017 m³
18 L0.018 m³
19 L0.019 m³
20 L0.02 m³
21 L0.021 m³
22 L0.022 m³
23 L0.023 m³
24 L0.024 m³
25 L0.025 m³
26 L0.026 m³
27 L0.027 m³
28 L0.028 m³
29 L0.029 m³
30 L0.03 m³
31 L0.031 m³
32 L0.032 m³
33 L0.033 m³
34 L0.034 m³
35 L0.035 m³
36 L0.036 m³
37 L0.037 m³
38 L0.038 m³
39 L0.039 m³
40 L0.04 m³
41 L0.041 m³
42 L0.042 m³
43 L0.043 m³
44 L0.044 m³
45 L0.045 m³
46 L0.046 m³
47 L0.047 m³
48 L0.048 m³
49 L0.049 m³
50 L0.05 m³
LiterCubic Meter
50 L0.05 m³
55 L0.055 m³
60 L0.06 m³
65 L0.065 m³
70 L0.07 m³
75 L0.075 m³
80 L0.08 m³
85 L0.085 m³
90 L0.09 m³
95 L0.095 m³
100 L0.1 m³
105 L0.105 m³
110 L0.11 m³
115 L0.115 m³
120 L0.12 m³
125 L0.125 m³
130 L0.13 m³
135 L0.135 m³
140 L0.14 m³
145 L0.145 m³
150 L0.15 m³
155 L0.155 m³
160 L0.16 m³
165 L0.165 m³
170 L0.17 m³
175 L0.175 m³
180 L0.18 m³
185 L0.185 m³
190 L0.19 m³
195 L0.195 m³
200 L0.2 m³
205 L0.205 m³
210 L0.21 m³
215 L0.215 m³
220 L0.22 m³
225 L0.225 m³
230 L0.23 m³
235 L0.235 m³
240 L0.24 m³
245 L0.245 m³
250 L0.25 m³
255 L0.255 m³
260 L0.26 m³
265 L0.265 m³
270 L0.27 m³
275 L0.275 m³
280 L0.28 m³
285 L0.285 m³
290 L0.29 m³
295 L0.295 m³

Liter to Cubic Meter Common Values

  • 1 L = 0.001 m³
  • 1000 L = 1 m³
  • 100 L = 0.1 m³
  • 240 L = 0.24 m³
  • 150 L = 0.15 m³
  • 2 L = 0.002 m³
  • 10 L = 0.01 m³
  • 5 L = 0.005 m³
  • 50 L = 0.05 m³
  • 5.4 L = 0.0054 m³
  • 4500 L = 4.5 m³
  • 30 L = 0.03 m³
  • 10000 L = 10 m³
  • 500 L = 0.5 m³
  • 3 L = 0.003 m³
  • 50000 L = 50 m³
  • 1100 L = 1.1 m³
  • 4 L = 0.004 m³
  • 6 L = 0.006 m³
Recent Comments
genius 2016-08-23 10:10:47

helpful information

Dorien :) 2014-10-18 13:17:18

This chart seems easy to quickly search from, but really difficult to draw conclusions from.
At school I always learned to 'move the comma' in a chart the school gave us. (I can't upload word-files here, so I hope the numbers don't change their position too much.)

For example: 45 cubic meters = 45 000 cubic decimeters = 45 000 liters

m3 dm3 cm3
l dl cl ml
---------------------------------------------------------
- - - - - 1, 0 0 0
- - 1, 0 0 0 0 0 0
- - - - - 0, 0 0 1
- 4 5, 0 0 0 0 0 0

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