Online calculator to convert milliliters to microliters (mL to μL) with formulas, examples, and tables. Our conversions provide a quick and easy way to convert between Volume units.

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How to convert mL to microliters: Enter a value in the mL field and click on the "Calculate microliters" button. Your answer will appear in the microliters field.


Conversion Definitions


The following is a list of definitions relating to conversions between milliliters and microliters.

What is a milliliter (mL)?

A milliliter is a unit of volume in the Metric System. The symbol for milliliter is mL. There are 0.001 milliliters in a microliter. The International spelling for this unit is millilitre.

What is a microliter (μL)?

A microliter is a unit of volume in the Metric System. The symbol for microliter is μL. There are 1,000 microliters in a milliliter. The International spelling for this unit is microlitre.


Conversion Formula


Let"s take a closer look at the conversion formula so that you can do these conversions yourself with a calculator or with an old-fashioned pencil and paper.

The formula to convert from mL to microliters is:

microliters = mL x 1,000

Conversion Example


Next, let"s look at an example showing the work and calculations that are involved in converting from milliliters to microliters (mL to μL).

Milliliter to Microliter Conversion Example

Task: Convert 75 milliliters to microliters (show work)Formula:mL x 1,000 = microlitersCalculations:75 mL x 1,000 = 75,000 microlitersResult:75 mL is equal to 75,000 microliters
For quick reference purposes, below is a conversion table that you can use to convert from mL to microliters.


Milliliters to Microliters Conversion Chart

milliliters (mL)microliters (μL)
1 mL1,000 μL
2 mL2,000 μL
3 mL3,000 μL
4 mL4,000 μL
5 mL5,000 μL
6 mL6,000 μL
7 mL7,000 μL
8 mL8,000 μL
9 mL9,000 μL
10 mL10,000 μL
20 mL20,000 μL
30 mL30,000 μL
40 mL40,000 μL
50 mL50,000 μL
75 mL75,000 μL
100 mL100,000 μL
250 mL250,000 μL
500 mL500,000 μL
750 mL750,000 μL
1,000 mL1,000,000 μL
2,500 mL2,500,000 μL
5,000 mL5,000,000 μL
7,500 mL7,500,000 μL
10,000 mL10,000,000 μL
25,000 mL25,000,000 μL
50,000 mL50,000,000 μL
75,000 mL75,000,000 μL
100,000 mL100,000,000 μL
250,000 mL250,000,000 μL

The following tables provide a summary of the Volume units (both Fluid Volume units and Cubic Volume units) within their respective measurement systems.

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Fluid Volume Units

UnitSymbolMeasurement SystemDescription
US teaspoonsUS tspUS Customary Units6 US tsp = 1 US fl oz
US tablespoonsUS tbspUS Customary Units1 US tbsp = 3 US tsp
US fluid ouncesUS fl ozUS Customary Units1 US fl oz = 2 US tbsp
US cupsUS cupUS Customary Units1 US cup = 8 US fl oz
US pintsUS ptUS Customary Units1 US pint = 2 US cups
US quartsUS qtUS Customary Units1 US quart = 2 US pints
US gallonsUS galUS Customary Units1 US gallon = 128 US fl oz
Imperial teaspoonsImperial tspImperial System4.8 Imp tsp = 1 Imp fl oz
Imperial tablespoonsImperial tbspImperial System1 Imp tbsp = 3 Imp tsp
Imperial fluid ouncesImperial fl ozImperial System1 Imp fl oz = 1.6 Imp tbsp
Imperial pintsImperial ptImperial System1 Imp pint = 20 Imp fl oz
Imperial quartsImperial qtImperial System1 Imp quart = 2 Imp pints
Imperial gallonsImperial galImperial System1 Imp gallon = 160 Imp fl oz
nanolitersnLMetric System1 L = 1,000,000,000 nL
microlitersμLMetric System1 L = 1,000,000 μL
millilitersmLMetric System1 L = 1,000 mL
centiliterscLMetric System1 L = 100 cL
decilitersdLMetric System1 L = 10 dL
litersLMetric Systembase unit
decalitersdaLMetric System10 L = 1 daL
hectolitershLMetric System100 L = 1 hL
kiloliterskLMetric System1,000 L = 1 kL
megalitersMLMetric System1,000,000 L = 1 ML

Note: There is a difference between US Customary Units and the Imperial System for volume conversions. The US gallon contains 128 US fluid ounces, whereas the Imperial gallon contains 160 Imperial fluid ounces.

Cubic Volume Units

UnitSymbolMeasurement SystemDescription
cubic inchesin3US Customary Units/Imperial System46,656 in3 = 1 yd3
cubic feetft3US Customary Units/Imperial System1 ft3 = 1,728 in3
cubic yardsyd3US Customary Units/Imperial System1 yd3 = 27 ft3
cubic milesmi3US Customary Units/Imperial System1 mi3 = 5,451,776,000 yd3
cubic millimetersmm3Metric System1 m3 = 1,000,000,000 mm3
cubic centimeterscm3Metric System1 m3 = 1,000,000 cm3
cubic decimetersdm3Metric System1 m3 = 1,000 dm3
cubic metersm3Metric Systembase unit
cubic decameterdam3Metric System1 dam3 = 1,000 m3
cubic kilometerkm3Metric System1 km3 = 1,000,000,000 m3

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