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Volume is defined as the space occupied by a substance in space. In the International Unit System of Volume (SI), the unit is cubic meter. m is shown as ^{ 3 }.

The volume measurement unit used for solids are cubic meters and their derivatives.

You can find the volume units used for the solids and the relationship between them below.

Unit Name | Abbreviation | ? m^{3}? |
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Cubic Kilometers | Km^{3} |
10^{9} m^{3} |

Cubic Hektometers | Hm^{3} |
10^{6} m^{3} |

Cubic Decametre | Dm^{3} |
10^{3} m^{3} |

Cubic meter | m^{3} |
10^{0} m^{3} |

Cubic Decimeter | dm^{3} |
10^{-3} m^{3} |

Cubic Centimeter | cm^{3} |
10^{-6} m^{3} |

Cubic Millimeters | mm^{3} |
10^{-9} m^{3} |

The volume measurement unit used for liquids is liters and derivatives.

You can find the volume units used for liquids and the relationship between them below.

Unit Name | Abbreviation | ? liters |
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Kiloliter | kl | 1.000 liters |

Hectoliter | hl | 100 liters |

Decaliter | dal | 10 liters |

Liter | L | 1 liters |

Deciliter | dl | 1/10 liters |

Centiliter | cl | 1/100 liters |

Mililiter | ml | 1/1.000 liters |

Microliter | µl | 1/1.000.000 liters |

With this calculation tool, you can cycle between volume units.