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0.001 cubic metres per 1L.
Answer There are 1000 L in a cubic meter, so 1 liter would be equivalent to 0.001 cubic meters.
1 million - - - No, not a million. Only a thousand. 1 cc = 1 ml. That is, one cubic centimetre = 1 millilitre = 1/1000 litres. A litre is not a cubic …metre, it is a cubic decimetre. In inches, it looks like about 4" X 4" x 4"; and, if it's water, it should weigh about 2.2 lbs. It's only a tad less than an Imperial quart and a tad more than an American quart.
You mean "how many cubic centimeters make 1 meter cube" because cm3 and m3 refer to volume, whereas cm refers to distance. Now that that's out of the way. There are …100 cm in 1 m. 1 meter cube is a box with sides 1m x 1m x 1m (so has a volume of 1 m3). Therefore, in centimeters, it is 100 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm = 1 000 000 cm3 (or 106 cm3 or 1 million cm3).
At 1 atmosphere of pressure and at 20oC (293 K), 1 liter of liquid nitrogen would create about .696 cubic meters of nitrogen gas (roughly 700 times the volume). (see rela…ted link) --------------------- The specific density of nitrogen at 1 atmosphere and 20o is .0725 lb/ft3 and the specific density of liquid nitrogen is 50.45 lb/ft3, so the expansion ratio would be about 695.8 to 1. One liter of liquid nitrogen would produce 695.8 liters of nitrogen gas at 1 atmosphere. However, the same source gives the ratio as 694 to 1, while another lists 696.1 (at 21.1° C).
this might help 1000 cubic cm = 1L
1,000 liters per cubic meter.
1 cubic meter = 1000 L
11 meter cube is equal to how many liters
1 metre cube = 1000 litres
Lets break it down: 1 cubic metre=1m x 1m x 1m =100cm x 100cm x 100cm Therefore 1 cubic metre equals 1000000 cubic centimetres.