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# What is the difference between a liter and a quart?

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**A liter is a metric system measurement for volume.** One kilogram of water is equal to one liter. One liter is equivalent to 1.0567 liquid US quarts, making a quart the slightly larger volume.

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Two other quart measurements are commonly recognized: dry U.S. quart and U.K. quart. Both U.K. quarts and dry U.S. quarts are slightly smaller than a liter. One liter is equivalent to 0.90808 dry U.S. quarts and 0.87988 U.K. quarts.

Chefs and culinary students are two examples of groups that might need to convert between quarts and liters. Precise measurements are necessary for many recipes, so cooks must convert these volume measurements correctly.

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## What is the base unit of measure of the volume of a solid?

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Full Answer >**The base unit of measure for the volume of a solid is the cubic meter, while the liter is often used for measuring liquid volumes.**However, the cubic meter is also used for very large volumes of liquid, as 1 cubic meter is equivalent to 1,000 liters.Filed Under: -
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## How do you convert kilograms to liters?

A:A kilogram is a unit of mass and a liter is a unit of volume, so there is no direct rate of conversion. If you know the density of a substance, you can make the conversion from kilograms to liters for that substance.

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## How much does a liter weigh?

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Full Answer >**A liter is the metric unit of volume, not of mass or weight.**The weight of a substance occupying 1 liter depends entirely on its density. For example, water has a density of approximately 1 gram per milliliter; hence, 1 liter of water weighs about 1 kilogram, or 2.2 lbs.Filed Under: -
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## How many millimeters are in one liter?

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Full Answer >**One liter has the volume of approximately one million cubic millimeters.**Cubic millimeters are an expression of volume, and one liter of water at standard pressure and maximum density generally occupies this volume amount.Filed Under: