Gallon is a measure of volume, equal to 3.785 liters. Gallon is a measure of volume, equal to 3.785 liters. Gallon is a measure of volume, equal to 3.785 liters. Gallon is a measure of volume, equal to 3.785 liters.

1 liter is the volume of 1,000 milliliters, so 1 milliliter has a volume of 0.001 liter. 380 ml have a volume of 0.38 liters (380 x 0.001 liters = 0.38 liters).

they share the same volume. In the Metric system, Liters are a measurement of volume, not of weight. Therefore, 10 Liters of water would share the same volume as 10 Liters of Mercury.

Volume is measured in liters, the volume of a dam is measured in Megaliters, the volume of a teaspoon is measured in milliliters, the volume of a regular sized juice container from a store like Aldi or Jewel Osco is measured in liters.

A milliliter is already a volume measurement. Cubic milliliter is not a proper term for volume. A cubic millimeter can be used for volume, though. A cubic millimeter = 10-6 liters or 0.000001 liters. A milliliter = 10-3 liters or 0.001 liters.