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1 L to mL

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The L is the international systems of units’ symbol for the unit of volume liter.

In turn, the m is the SI prefix for milli which stands for 1/1000.

Instead of L, the lowercase l and the script lowercase ℓ are sometimes used.

So, this post is about the conversion of 1 liter to milliliters.



1 L in mL

1 liter = 1000 millilliters

As you can see, the volume in the SI accepted metric system unit of volume liter is a thousand times less compared to milliliters.

You may overwrite the capacity in L with any other decimal value.

Along the same lines can you conduct the reciprocal unit conversion, that is change ml to l for any volume you like.

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Convert 1 L to mL

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How to convert 1 liter to milliliters in 2 easy steps:

  1. Multiply the Volume by 1000

    1 × 1000 = 1000

  2. Add the Unit Symbol for Milliliter

    1000 → 1000 mL

Our video below also visualizes the calculation.

1 L to mL Video

In the following paragraph we are going to show you the formula.


The ℓ to mℓ formula is [mL] = [L] × 1000.

To conduct the math, use a pen or a pencil in combination with a calculator.

Easier, however, would be using our app.

Right below we are going to shed a light on the spelling variants of “liter”.

1 Liter to Milliliters

The international spelling for liter is litre. Multiples and submultiples of the unit differ in their ending as well.

Thus, 1 litre in millilitres in international spelling equals 1 liter in milliliters in American spelling.

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Here we have everything about changing 1000 mL to Liters, including the formula, the result, a video as well as our calculator.

Next, we are going to review the frequently asked questions about the topic under consideration.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Conversion

How many milliliters is 1 l?

1 milliliter (mL) equals 1000 liter (L).

What is bigger 1 L or 1 milliliter?

1 liter is 1000 times bigger than 1 ml.

How do you measure 1 L of water?

1 L of water equals 4.2267528377 US cups, or 67.6280454032 tablespoons.

What is 1 L called?

1 L is called 1 liters.

How much is 1 liter of water in mL?

1 l in milliliters = 1000 ml.

With all the information provided here and our tool at your disposal, you should be in the position to answer these questions with confidence.

The next block contains the volume in related units.

Additional Information

By now, you probably know most about 1 l into ml inside out.

Yet, you may also be interested that the capacity is also equivalent to:
  • 0.001 m3
  • 1 dm3
  • 1 cm3
  • 1000000 mm3
  • 4.2267528377 US cups
  • 67.6280454032 tablespoons
  • 202.8841362096 teaspoons
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To obtain the result, multiply the capacity in L by one thousand, or move the decimal point three places to the right: 1 → 10 → 100 → 1000.

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