There are 1000 milliliters in a liter. The abbreviation "ml" stands for "milliliters." For practical purposes, the volume or capacity of a container is always mentioned in liters or in gallons.
One teaspoon of liquid equals 5 ml, meaning 1 ml equals one-fifth of a teaspoon. There are 1,000 ml in one liter of liquid.
Two liters are equal to 2 cubic decimeters, or a volume of space measuring 20 centimeters by 10 centimeters by 10 centimeters. A liter is a unit of volume used in the metric system, so 2 liters can also be converted into other measurements of volume.
One teaspoon is about equal to 5 milliliters. Technically a teaspoon is equal to about 4.93 milliliters, so 5 milliliters equals 1.01 teaspoons. However, for the nutritional labeling on food packaging in the United States, it is defined as exactly 5 milliliters.
One CC, or cubic centimeter, is equal to one mL, or milliliter. Both terms are part of the metric system and are used as measurements of volume.
According to the Exploratorium's measurement guide, 2 liters is approximately equal to 1/2 gallon or 8 cups. Metric liters are converted to U.S. customary gallons by multiplying the number of liters by 0.264. The precise equivalence is 0.528 gallons.
Five liters is equal to 5,000 milliliters and is the approximate equivalent to 5.28 U.S. liquid quarts. It is also approximately equivalent to 21.13 cups, 169.07 fluid ounces, 10.57 pints and 1.32 gallons.