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One tablespoon is equivalent to how many liters?


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2008-07-21 21:38:01
2008-07-21 21:38:01

The volume of 1 US tablespoon is 14.786765 milliliters. If you really need the measure in liters, then 14.786765 milliliters are 0.014786765 liters.


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