# l to ml

 From milliliter (ml) liter (l) cubic meter (m³) US teaspoon (tsp) US tablespoon (tbsp) US fluid ounce (fl oz) US cup (c) US quart (qt) US gallon (gal) cubic foot (ft³) cubic yard (yd³) To milliliter (ml) liter (l) cubic meter (m³) US teaspoon (tsp) US tablespoon (tbsp) US fluid ounce (fl oz) US cup (c) US quart (qt) US gallon (gal) cubic foot (ft³) cubic yard (yd³) l = ? ml

This converter makes instant conversions from liters (l) to milliliters (ml). It also provides the conversion steps. To use the converter, please provide a value in the input field. The converter will begin making conversions as the values are being typed in.

### How many liters in a milliliter?

Both liter and milliliter are units of volume in the International System of Units (SI). In SI, units of measurement are comprised of a base unit and a prefix that describes the magnitude of the unit. The base unit of the milliliters is the liter, and the prefix "milli-" indicates the magnitude 10-3. In other words, a milliliter is liters. Based on this definition, there are 1000 milliliters in a liter.

### How to convert liters to milliliters

Based on the definition of 1 liter being exactly 1000 milliliters, the liter to milliliter conversion formula is:

ml = 1000 × l

Thus, to convert from liters to milliliters, multiply a value in liters by 1000. For example, convert the volume of 1.5 liters of juice to milliliters:

1.5 l = 1.5 × 1000 ml = 1500 ml