 # Litres to Millilitres

Litres to millilitres can be easily converted by knowing the relationship between them. Both litres and millilitres are units of volume of a liquid. A litre is the fundamental unit of capacity of liquid. The other units to measure the volume of liquid are millilitres, centilitres and kilolitres. The values of all these units differ from each other. Similarly, both litres and millilitres represent the volume but the value of 1 litre is equal to 1000 millilitres (1 L = 1000 mL). Also, find other conversions of units at BYJU’S.

## Litres to Millimeters Conversion

To convert a value in litres to millilitres we can use the below formula:

1 Litre = 1000 Millilitres

So for any value of capacity of liquid in litres, we can multiply the volume by 1000 to get the value in millilitres. Let us see the below table to get converted values from litres to millilitres.

## Litres to Millilitres Table

 Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) 1 1000 11 11, 000 21 21, 000 2 2000 12 12, 000 22 22, 000 3 3000 13 13, 000 23 23, 000 4 4000 14 14, 000 24 24, 000 5 5000 15 15, 000 25 25, 000 6 6000 16 16, 000 26 26, 000 7 7000 17 17, 000 27 27, 000 8 8000 18 18, 000 28 28, 000 9 9000 19 19, 000 29 29, 000 10 10,000 20 20, 000 30 30, 000

### Litres to Millilitres – Larger Values

 Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) 40 40, 000 90 90, 000 50 50, 000 100 100, 000 60 60, 000 200 200, 000 70 70, 000 500 500, 000 80 80, 000 1000 1000, 000

## Millilitres to Litres

To convert the value of liquid from millimetres to litres, we can use the below formula:

1 mL = 0.001 L

The above expression can be derived from the formula:

1 L = 1000 mL

1000 mL = 1 L

1 mL = 1/1000 L

1 mL = 0.001 L

We can find the equivalent value of volume in millilitres to litres as given in the following table.

 Millilitres (mL) Litres (L) Millilitres (mL) Litres (L) 1 0.001 20 0.020 2 0.002 50 0.050 5 0.005 100 0.100 10 0.010 500 0.500 15 0.015 1000 1

## Solved Examples on Litres to Millilitres

Q.1: How many 250 mL is there in 1 Litre?

Solution: Since, we know that;

1 litre = 1000 mL

If we divide 1000mL by 250mL, we get;

1000/250 = 4

Or we can also write in a way;

1 L = 4 x 250 mL

1 L = (250 + 250 + 250 + 250) mL

Therefore, there are four 250 mL in 1 litre.

Q.2: How many 500 mL are there in 1 L?

Solution: Since we know that;

1 litre = 1000 mL

1 litre = 2 x 500 mL

Hence, there are two 500 mL in 1 Litre.

Q.3: Convert 35 litres into millilitres.

Solution: Since, we know that;

1 Litre = 1000 mL

Therefore,

35 litres = 35 x 1000 mL

= 35, 000 mL

Therefore, 35 litres is equal to 35, 000 millilitres.

Q.4: Convert 0.15 L into millilitres.

Solution: As we know that;

1 litre = 1000 mL

Therefore,

0.15 L = 0.15 x 1000 mL

= 150 mL

Hence, 0.15 L is equivalent to 150 millilitres.

## Practice Questions

Convert the following from litres to millilitres.

• 0.04 L = ______ mL
• 1.17 L = ______mL
• 0.9 L = _____mL
• 0.032 = _____mL

## Frequently Asked Questions on Litres to Millilitres

### What is a litre?

A litre is the standard metric unit for the volume of liquid.

### What is a millilitre?

A millilitre is also a smaller metric unit used to measure the volume or capacity of liquid when given in small proportions.

### How to convert litres to millilitres?

To convert litres to millilitres multiply the value of volume by 1000.
1 litre = 1000 millilitres

### How much is 1 litre in a kg?

1 litre is equivalent to 1 kilogram.

### How much is 1 litre in grams?

1 litre is equivalent to 1000 grams.