None, litres are a measure of volume, metres are a measure of lenght, they do not mix.
Use this formula: (US) gallons per square foot x40.745 = liters per square meter
1 meter = 100 centimeters
The area of Mant is 19.34 square kilometers.
I'd say you're missing a term. As it stands, liters per meter makes no sense (liter is volume, meter is length. "Liters per square meter" would be a measure of average depth.
You cannot convert a volume to an area. You can, however, convert liters to cubic meters, since both are volumes. There are 1000 liters in a cubic meter, so to convert to cubic meters divide by 1000 liters / cubic meter.
Cant be done liters have 3 dimensions square meters have 2
Meters squared is not a unit of volume like liters. Therefore, you cannot convert that to liters. If you are trying to convert CUBIC meters to liters, then the conversion is 1000 liters in one cubic meter.well a square meter is 10000 cm squared. (100 cm by 100 cm). a liter is a unit of volume and is in cm cubed, not squared. So to answer your question how many liters are in a square meter, you need to add a third dimension. A square meter that is one cm thick, there would be (100 x 100 x 1 cm) = 10000 cm cubed. A cm cubed is a milliliter, so that would make there be 10 liters.
Approximately one fifth of a litre will paint a square metre.