1 litre equals 1000 mL, and 1 mL = 1 cubic centimeter. So (10 cm)3 = 1000 cm3=which equals 1000 mL = 1 litre.
Depends on the size of the mug. If it's a pint mug, then it can only hold about 1/2 liter of water, but if it's a 1-liter mug, then it can hold about 1 liter of water.
1 liter of water occupies 1 cubic decimeters of space.
a 1-liter bottle
A 1 litre jug
Water truck capacity is how much water can a water tanker truck hold. Normally, a light water wagon can hold about 1000-5000Liter. Medium water tanker can carry 6000-15000 liter. A heavy duty water carrier and water trailer can hold 20000-40000 liter.
Most kettles hold about a liter of liquid.
A liter equals 1dm³ in volume. Since 50dm³ are 50000cm³, a cuboid with the dimensions 50cm * 50cm* 20cm would fit as well as a tube of 1m height and 25.23cm diameter.
a 300 liter or bigger tank
It depends how big the bottle
A square foot is not going to hold any water, because it's flat. You need a cubic measurements for volume.
A bathtub. It will hold at least 1 litre of water.
If filled to the top it would hold 6.34 gallons.
800g of water would be 800mL of water, so a liter beaker or graduated cylinder could hold that volume of water.
It can hold 108000 more cubic cm.
Fish bowls come in various sizes, but a liter would be one of the more common sizes.
It depends on how big the coffee cup is.
2 liter soda bottle or something of the sort
Mugs come in different sizes. Some may hold 1 litre, many may not.
Yes, a US gallon is about 3.785 liters.
a coke bottle
To heat one liter of water to 85c you will need a heatproof container that will hold one liter. You will also need Bunsen burner to heat the water and a thermometer to see when itâ??s reached 85c.
It can be whatever you want. Most birdbaths will hold at least a litre , which is 1,000 ml.