# Liters to Cubic Centimeters Conversion

Enter the volume in liters below to get the value converted to cubic centimeters.

**Results in Cubic Centimeters:**

## How to Convert Liters to Cubic Centimeters

To convert a liter measurement to a cubic centimeter measurement, multiply the volume by the conversion ratio.

Since one liter is equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters, you can use this simple formula to convert:

The volume in cubic centimeters is equal to the liters multiplied by 1,000.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 liters to cubic centimeters using the formula above.

### How Many Cubic Centimeters are in a Liter?

There are **1,000** cubic centimeters in a liter, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 l = 1,000 cm³

Liters and cubic centimeters are both units used to measure volume. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Liters

A liter is a unit of volume equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters.^{[1]} The liter is a special name defined for the cubic decimeter and is exactly equal to the volume of one cubic decimeter.

The liter is an SI accepted unit for volume for use with the metric system. A liter is sometimes also referred to as a litre. Liters can be abbreviated as *l*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *L* or *ℓ*. For example, 1 liter can be written as 1 l, 1 L, or 1 ℓ.

## Cubic Centimeters

The cubic centimeter is a unit that is equal to the volume of a cube with one centimeter sides.
One cubic centimeter is equal to about 0.061 cubic inches.^{[2]}

The cubic centimeter, or cubic centimetre, is a multiple of the cubic meter, which is the SI derived unit for volume. In the metric system, "centi" is the prefix for 10^{-2}. Cubic centimeters can be abbreviated as *cm³*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *cu cm*, *cc*, or *ccm*. For example, 1 cubic centimeter can be written as 1 cm³, 1 cu cm, 1 cc, or 1 ccm.

## Liter to Cubic Centimeter Conversion Table

Liters | Cubic Centimeters |
---|---|

0.001 l | 1 cm³ |

0.002 l | 2 cm³ |

0.003 l | 3 cm³ |

0.004 l | 4 cm³ |

0.005 l | 5 cm³ |

0.006 l | 6 cm³ |

0.007 l | 7 cm³ |

0.008 l | 8 cm³ |

0.009 l | 9 cm³ |

0.01 l | 10 cm³ |

0.02 l | 20 cm³ |

0.03 l | 30 cm³ |

0.04 l | 40 cm³ |

0.05 l | 50 cm³ |

0.06 l | 60 cm³ |

0.07 l | 70 cm³ |

0.08 l | 80 cm³ |

0.09 l | 90 cm³ |

0.1 l | 100 cm³ |

0.2 l | 200 cm³ |

0.3 l | 300 cm³ |

0.4 l | 400 cm³ |

0.5 l | 500 cm³ |

0.6 l | 600 cm³ |

0.7 l | 700 cm³ |

0.8 l | 800 cm³ |

0.9 l | 900 cm³ |

1 l | 1,000 cm³ |

## References

- National Institute of Standards and Technology, Units outside the SI, https://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/outside.html
- National Institute of Standards and Technology, Specifications, Tolerances, and Other Technical Requirements for Weighing and Measuring Devices, Handbook 44 - 2019 Edition, https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/hb/2019/NIST.HB.44-2019.pdf