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 full 750 ml bottle and an additional third of a bottle make 1 liter of liquid. One liter equals 1,000 ml, or milliliters.
When measuring the volume of water, there is one milliliter in a gram. This may vary for other liquids, but the standard substance in volume-to-mass conversion is water.
1 milliliter is equivalent to 1 cubic centimeter. The ratio is equal, so it is a direct conversion. This means the number of cubic centimeters is equal to the same number of milliliters.
Ninety milliliters equals approximately 6 metric tablespoons. A single metric tablespoon is equal to 15 milliliters.
One liter is usually equivalent to about 4 cups, but there are different kinds of cups. The measurement changes slightly depending on if one is using metric, U.S. customary, U.S. "legal," Canadian, Imperial, Japanese or traditional Japanese cups.
When converting milliliters to ounces, 750 ml is the equivalent to roughly 25.4 fluid ounces. Milliliters are part of the metric system, while ounces are part of the US and imperial systems of measurements.