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Volume

mm³
Cubic Millimeter
cm³
Cubic Centimeter
ml
Milliliter
cl
Centiliter
dl
Deciliter
l
Liter
kl
Kiloliter
Cubic Meter
km³
Cubic Kilometer
krm
Matsked
tsk
Tesked
msk
Matsked
kkp
Kaffekopp
glas
Glas
kanna
Kanna
tsp
Teaspoon
tbs
Tablespoon
in³
Cubic Inch
fl-oz
Fluid Ounce
cup
Cup
pnt
Pint
qt
Quart
gal
Gallon
ft³
Cubic Foot
yd³
Cubic Yard

About Volume

Much like the one dimensional length and the two dimensional area, the three dimensional measurement of volume remains constant when using Newtonian physics. That doesn’t stop it from having an extreme amount of different units. It is interesting to note that 1 centimeter is equivalent to 10 millimeters but 1 cubic centimeter is equivalent to 1,000 (or 10^3) cubic millimeters! If you’re prone to making those types of conversion errors, we recommend using this calculator to at least verify.

mm³/s
Cubic Millimeter per second
cm³/s
Cubic Centimeter per second
ml/s
Milliliter per second
cl/s
Centiliter per second
dl/s
Deciliter per second
l/s
Liter per second
l/min
Liter per minute
l/h
Liter per hour
kl/s
Kiloliter per second
kl/min
Kiloliter per minute
kl/h
Kiloliter per hour
m³/s
Cubic Meter per second
m³/min
Cubic Meter per minute
m³/h
Cubic Meter per hour
km³/s
Cubic Kilometer per second
tsp/s
Teaspoon per second
tbs/s
Tablespoon per second
in³/s
Cubic Inch per second
in³/min
Cubic Inch per minute
in³/h
Cubic Inch per hour
fl-oz/s
Fluid Ounce per second
fl-oz/min
Fluid Ounce per minute
fl-oz/h
Fluid Ounce per hour
cup/s
Cup per second
pnt/s
Pint per second
pnt/min
Pint per minute
pnt/h
Pint per hour
qt/s
Quart per second
gal/s
Gallon per second
gal/min
Gallon per minute
gal/h
Gallon per hour
ft³/s
Cubic Foot per second
ft³/min
Cubic Foot per minute
ft³/h
Cubic Foot per hour
yd³/s
Cubic Yard per second
yd³/min
Cubic Yard per minute
yd³/h
Cubic Yard per hour

About Volume Flow Rate

Much like the one dimensional length and the two dimensional area, the three dimensional measurement of volume remains constant when using Newtonian physics. That doesn’t stop it from having an extreme amount of different units. It is interesting to note that 1 centimeter is equivalent to 10 millimeters but 1 cubic centimeter is equivalent to 1,000 (or 10^3) cubic millimeters! If you’re prone to making those types of conversion errors, we recommend using this calculator to at least verify.

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