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:


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.

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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.

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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 . 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

Liter measurements converted to cubic centimeters 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.htmlNational 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