A litre is a unit of measurement, typically used in measuring liquids. One litre is equivalent to **1000 millilitres or one cubic decimetre**. The litre is often used in association with metric units of measurement and is therefore sometimes referred to as a metric litre. In the metric system, "litre" is the spelling used in the International System of Units (SI).

The litre is not an SI unit, but (along with units such as the hectare and the kilogram) is listed as one of the "units outside the SI that are accepted for use with the SI." The SI unit of volume is the cubic metre (m3) or, in the case of liquid measures, the kilolitre (kl). The unit name "litre" was originally spelled "litre" in English, but this changed in 1978 to reflect the contemporary pronunciation of the French original. The spelling "litre" is now used in most English-speaking countries, though "liter" is retained in the United States.

One litre of water has a mass of almost exactly one kilogram when measured at its maximal density, which occurs at about 4 °C. It follows that 1000th of a litre, or one millilitre (1 mL), of water has a mass of about 1 g; 1000 litres of water has a mass of about 1000 kg (1 tonne).

Litres are often used to measure the capacity of containers such as fuel tanks and drums. As the ecological importance of being able to quantify the volume of water that has been polluted has grown, the litre has become an important unit of measurement in environmental science, leading to the creation of the "tonne of water pollution" as a unit of measurement.

## How many litres are in 5 litres?

5 litres is equal to 5,000 millilitres. There are 1,000 millilitres in 1 litre, so 5 litres is 5 times 1,000 millilitres, which equals 5,000 millilitres.

## How many millilitres are in 5 litres?

A litre is a unit of volume in the metric system. It is equal to 1,000 millilitres (mL) or cubic decimetres (dm3).

There are 1,000 mL in 1 L, so there are 5,000 mL in 5 L.

## What is 5 litres in cubic metres?

There are numerous conversions that can be made between different units of measurement. One such example is **converting 5 litres into cubic metres -** this is a common conversion that is required in many different situations.

A cubic metre (m3) is the SI unit of volume. It is the volume of a cube with sides that are one metre in length. In order to **convert 5 litres into cubic metres**, we need to firstly understand how many litres are in a cubic metre.

There are 1,000 litres in a cubic metre (this is also written as 1 litre = 1/1000 m3). Therefo**re, to convert 5 litres into cubic** metres, we need to divide 5 by 1,000. This gives us a answer of 0.005 m3 (or 5 x 10-3 m3).

This conversion is often required when dealing with measurements of capacity or volume. For example, if you wanted to know how much water your swimming pool could hold, you would need to know the volume of the pool in cubic metres. If your pool was 5 metres long, 2 metres wide and 1 metre deep, the volume would be 5 x 2 x 1 = 10 m3. Therefore, the pool could hold 10,000 litres of water (10 m3 x 1,000 litres/m3).

If you were given the task of filling a container with 5 litres of liquid, you would need to know the volume of the container in cubic metres in order to calculate how much liquid is required. For example, if the container was a cylindrical tank with a diameter of 1 metre and a height of 2 metres, the volume would be 1 x 1 x 2 x 3.14 = 3.14 m3. This means that you would need 3,140 litres of liquid to fill the tank (3.14 m3 x 1,000 litres/m3).

## How many half-litre bottles can be filled from 5 litres?

It **takes 10 half-litre bottles to fill 5 litres**. This is because 1 litre is equal to **1000 millilitres and 5 litres** is equal to 5000 millilitres. 10 half-litre bottles is the same as 5000 millilitres.

## How many 2-litre bottles can be filled from 5 litres?

It **takes 8 two-litre bottles to fill 5 litres**.

## What is the weight of 5 litres of water?

A liter of water weighs one kilogram. So, five liters of water would weigh five kilograms.

## What is the volume of 5 litres of water?

Water is a liquid at room temperature and has a density of 1,000 kg/m3. It has a boiling point of 100°C (212°F) and a freezing point of 0°C (32°F).

The volume of 5 litres of water is 5,000cm3.

## What is the density of 5 litres of water?

The density of water is **1 gram per cubic centimetre**, so the density of 5 litres of water is 5 grams.

## How many glasses of water can be filled from 5 litres?

There are many factors that will affect how many glasses of water can be filled from 5 litres. The size of the glass, the temperature of the water and how much water is required per glass are just some of the things that need to be considered.

Assuming that we are using **standard sized glasses that hold 200ml** of water, then we would be able to fill 25 glasses of water from 5 litres. However, if the glasses were smaller, say 150ml, then we would be able to fill 33 glasses of water.

Temperature will also play a role in how many glasses of water can be filled. If the water is very cold, then it will take up less space and we would be able to fill more glasses. Conversely, if the water is very hot, then it will take up more space and we would be able to fill fewer glasses.

Finally, the amount of water required per glass will also affect how many glasses of water can be filled. If we need to fill the glasses to the brim, then we would be able to fill fewer glasses than if we only needed to fill them half way.

In conclusion, there are many factors that will affect how many glasses of water can be filled from 5 litres. The size of the glass, the temperature of the water and how much water is required per glass all need to be considered in order to accurately calculate the number of glasses that can be filled.

## Frequently Asked Questions

### How much is in a liter?

One liter is equivalent to 1000 milliliters.

### Does 4 cups equal 1 liter?

No, 4 cups does not equal 1 liter.

### What is a 1 liter of water?

One liter is equal to 4 glasses of water.

### Is 500ml water half a litre?

No, 500ml water is not half a litre. 500ml water is equal to 1 liter.

### What is 1 liter the same as?

1 liter is equal to 1000 milliliters (ml).