1.057 quarts. Used as a volumetric standard to analyse liquids for water or solids content.

the metric system standard unit of volume

A metric unit of volume. It is defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4C. 1 Liter is equal to about 2.113 US pints.

a unit of volume equal to 1 dm3, 1000 cm3, or 1000mL; it is the common unprefixed unit of volume in the metric system.

Used to measure displacement; a liter is 1000 cubic centimeters, about 61 cubic inches, a little more than a quart.

metric unit of volume equal to approximately 1.056 liqud quarts

A basic unit of measure in the metric system. 1 liter equals slightly more than a quart. More specifically, 1 quart equals 1.2 liters. Top of glossary.

A liter is a unit of volume used in the metric system.

(L) - A measure of capacity. One quart equals approximately .9 liters.

A measure of capacity in the metric system equal to 61,022 cubic inches, 0.908 US quarts dry and 1.0567 US quarts wet.

Liter (l, L) is a synonym for cubic decimeter (L = dm3).

Unit of volume in the metric system equal to 1000 ml or 1000 cc.

Metric unit of measurement used to package spirits and wines. Equal to approximately one quart (33.8 ounces). Alternate spelling is Litre.

The basic metric unit of volume; 3,785 liters equals 1 U.S. gallon; 1 liter of water weights 1000 grams.

A metric measure of volume equivalent to 1.057 liquid quarts or 0.2642 gallons.

Metric unit of measure equal to approximately one quart.

metric unit of volume. One U.S. Gallon + 3.8 liters.

a metric unit of capacity equal to the volume of 1 kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees centigrade and 760 mm of mercury (or approximately 1.76 pints)

a cubic DECI - meter Don't try to remember all of the metric to English conversions, but always try to remember a couple

a little bigger than a quart

a little bit bigger that a quart, but the difference is small

a little larger than a quart

a unit of volume, not weight

The liter is the standard unit of volume in the metric system.

A measure of capacity - one quart equals 0.9L.

A measure of displacement which is equal to 1000 cubic centimeters, or 61.4 cubic inches.

Metric unit of volume equivalent to 1.057 quarts of liquid. One gallon is equivalent to about 4 liters.

or — the metric measure of capacity, slightly more than a quart (1.057 quarts = 1 liter).

A unit of measurement in the metric system. A liter (L) measures volume, and is about equal to the volume of water in a cube 10 centimeters on every side.

A standard unit of volume for gases and liquids.

A measurement of volume. A liter is 1/1000 cubic meter. 1 cubic foot equals 28.32 liters. The abbreviation for liter is "L".

Basic unit of volume in the metric system.

Unit of volume in the metric system, slightly larger than 1 quart, since 1 liter is 33.2 ounces, or 1 quart is 0.946 liters, to three significant figures.

A metric unit of volume. One U.S. quart is about 0.9 liter. One liter equals 1000 cubic centimeters.

A metric unit of volume. Equivalent to 1.056 liquid quarts.

The basic unit of volume measurement in metric system, approximately equal to one quart.

is a measure of volume equal to 33.8 ounces.

a scientific unit of measurement for volume; abbreviated as L.

Approximately equal to a quart.

Unit of capacity equal to the volume of one kilogram of water. Equal to 1.0567 liquid quarts.

A unit of metric measurement for volume; roughly equivalent to 1 quart or 0.25 gallon.

The base unit of volume in the International System of Units.

The unit of volume in the metric system. A liter is about the same as a quart.

A unit of capacity in the metric system. Where service station pumps are calibrated in liters, the number of liters should be divided by 3.785 to arrive at the number of gallons.

metric liquid measure equal to 1.0567 quarts. One quart equals 0.9463 liter.

A measure of volume. One quart equals 0.946 liters.

1.06 liquid U.S. quarts or 33.9 fluid ounces.

The basic international metric unit of volume measure.

The volume of one kilogram of water at 4 degrees C.; the metric unit of measure for fluids; one U. S. gallon equal 3.78 liters.

A metric unit used to measure capacity; 1 liter = 1000 milliliters. The abbreviation for liters is "L."