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Describing the volume or capacity of spaces or containers.

96 cubic cm space/volume capacity

If you mean the units, capacity, or volume, is expressed in cubic meters, cubic decimeters (= liters), cubic centimeters (= milliliters), etc.

That is not possible. Centimeters are a length and distance measure and liters are a volume and capacity measure. Actually it is possible if you begin with cubic centimeters... 1 Cubic Centimeter = 0.001 Liters

If you mean capacity in the sense of volume, the main unit would of course be the cubic meter; other units used include cubic decimeters (equal to liters), cubic centimeters, cubic millimeters.

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Describing the volume or capacity of spaces or containers.

10 cm3 is a volume measurement equal to 10 cubic centimeters, which is the same as 10 milliliters. It is commonly used to measure the volume of liquids or the capacity of containers.

The cylinder capacity.

96 cubic cm space/volume capacity

If you mean the units, capacity, or volume, is expressed in cubic meters, cubic decimeters (= liters), cubic centimeters (= milliliters), etc.

That is not possible. Centimeters are a length and distance measure and liters are a volume and capacity measure. Actually it is possible if you begin with cubic centimeters... 1 Cubic Centimeter = 0.001 Liters

Cubic centimeters (cm^3) and milliliters (ml) are both units of volume measurement. They are often used to measure liquids, solid objects, and the capacity of containers. Both units are equivalent, with 1 cm^3 being equal to 1 ml.

The capacity of your engine is derived from the swept volume of one cylinder (area of the bore * the stroke) * the number of cylinders. (dimensions in centimeters, result in cubic centimeters)

13 m3 = 13*100*100*100 cm3 = 13000000 cm3 Therefore, number of containers = 13000000/5000 = 2600

The cubic capacity of the pot is 42,875 cubic centimeters (cm³). This is calculated by multiplying the length, width, and height: 35cm x 35cm x 35cm = 42,875cm³.

CC means cubic centimeters, and refers to the engine capacity.

3 types of containers- 20' Dry Container with capacity 33 cubic meter, 40' Dry Container with capacity 68 cubic meter,40' High Cube Dry Container with capacity 76 cubic meter