Q: Is 10l larger or 1000ml

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there is 1000 millileters in 1 leter so in 10 leters there is 10,000 millileters 10 is more than 1000 millileters 10L>1000mL

they share the same volume. In the Metric system, Liters are a measurement of volume, not of weight. Therefore, 10 Liters of water would share the same volume as 10 Liters of Mercury.

No

One litre is equal to one thousand ml. so 1000ml = 1L. Therefore 1.5 x 100 = 1500ml meaning that they are exactly the same.

1000mL = 1L 3500mL x 1L/1000mL = 3.5L So, 3L is less than 3500mL.

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1000ml=1l 10,000ml=10l

yes, 1000ml is just 1l

One liter is 1,000 mL. 10 liters is 10,000 mL. 10 liters is ten times larger than 1,000 mL.

10L is a larger quantity than 10mL because 1 liter (L) is equal to 1000 milliliters (mL). Therefore, 10L is equal to 10,000mL.

If my 10L you mean 10 litres, then yes, 10L is greater than 1000ml which is only 1 litre. 1L = 1000ml (milliliters). when lesser, more sensitive volumes are being measured. 1kL (kiloliters) = 1000L (litres). When greater, less sensitive volumes are being measured.

10 litres. there are 1000ml in a litre, therefore 10 litres is 10000ml which is larger than 1000ml

there is 1000 millileters in 1 leter so in 10 leters there is 10,000 millileters 10 is more than 1000 millileters 10L>1000mL

they share the same volume. In the Metric system, Liters are a measurement of volume, not of weight. Therefore, 10 Liters of water would share the same volume as 10 Liters of Mercury.

10,000 mL = 10L

1 liter = 1000 milliters

1000 ml is larger than 60 ounces. 1000 ml is equivalent to about 33.8 ounces.

1000mL equates to 100cL