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Q: How many cubic meters in one liter?

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one thousandth cubic meter (1 cubic meter = 1000 cubic liter)

0.2 cubic meters at 1 bar

10^-3

One cubic metre of water equates to 1000 litres. The answer to this is easy if you change metres to millimetres and litres to millilitres.

There are 1,000,000,000,000,000 cubic micrometers in one liter. That's one quadrillion.

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One liter = 0.001 cubic meters

One liter equates to 0.001 cubic meters.

one thousandth cubic meter (1 cubic meter = 1000 cubic liter)

One liter is 0.001 (1/1000th) cubic meters.

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0.2 cubic meters at 1 bar

One liter equates to a volume of 0.001 cubic meter.

The other way round: 1 cubic metre is 1000 litres

.035 cubic feet in one liter

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CUBIC liters and cubic meters will work, depending on if the substance is solid or liquid.

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