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# How Many Milliliters Are in One Liter?

**One liter is equal to 1,000 milliliters.** In the metric system, the prefix "milli-" is used before basic units, such as liter, gram and meter, to indicate that the measurement is one-thousandth of that basic unit.

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The abbreviation for milliliters is ml or mL. MathisFun.com explains that 20 drops of water makes about 1 milliliter, while one teaspoon holds approximately 5 milliliters. A liter of pure water has a mass of 1 kilogram at 4 degrees Celsius. Water at both warmer and colder temperatures is less dense. Products like milk, soda and gas are often sold by the liter.

Other common prefixes that precede basic units are deci-, centi- and kilo-. Deci- indicates one-tenth of the basic unit, so 10 deciliters make 1 liter. Centi- means one-hundredth, so 100 centiliters make up 1 liter. Kilo- indicates 1,000. A kiloliter is 1,000 liters. Because the metric system is based on powers of 10, conversions within the system often require little more than moving the decimal point to the right or left.

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## How Much Is 10 Milliliters?

A: Ten milliliters is 1/100 of a liter. In everyday operations, this is a small volume. In a standard U.S. cup, which holds 8 fluid ounces, there are 236.588 ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What Is the Difference Between CC and ML?

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## How Do You Convert Milliliters to Fluid Ounces?

A: To convert milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, multiply the number of milliliters by 0.033814. One milliliter equals approximately 0.033814 U.S. fluid ounces... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How Many Ounces Is 160 Ml?

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