Both L and l (upper- and lowercase letter L) are correct symbols for the liter, but the uppercase version is preferred to avoid confusion with the digit 1. A script small L is occasionally seen but is not correct.
The symbol of a liter is: LThe letter L; usually in the upper case to distinguish between l and 1.
Because 'L' is the first letter of the word "liter" when properly spelled. Therefor, when you see the letter 'L', it reminds you of the word 'liter', much more than it reminds you of the words 'gallon', 'meter', or 'week'.
Because 'L' is the initial (the first letter) of the word 'liter', so when you read 'L', it's quite easy for your brain to quickly realize that the 'L' is there in place of the word 'liter'. At least, more quickly than if the letter were a 'D' or a 'Q'.
Originally, the only symbol for the liter was l (lowercase letter L), following the SI convention that only those unit symbols that abbreviate the name of a person start with a capital letter.
The letter L, it should be a lowercase l, but an uppercase L is often used to avoid confusion with the umber 1.
It is Litre, (or Liter if you are american) not lieter. The L is capitalised (not capitlized - your spelling is awful!) to avoid confusion between the letter l and the number 1.
Liter is greater
no 0.75 l = 750 ml 75 L = 75,000 ml 1 liter = 1000 ml 1 ml = 0.001 L
A liter(L) is bigger. One liter(L) is equivalent to 1,000 milliliter(mL).
A greek lower case letter, Mu. It is shaped as such: μ along with an l for litre
liter 1 liter = 4.22 cups 1 cup = 0.23 L 1 L = 4 metric cups
They are spelt differently :L
That is 'L'
0.59 L 1 liter = 33.814 oz 1 oz = 0.02 L
1.89 L 1 liter = 33.814 oz 1 oz = 0.02 L
0.39 L 1 liter = 100 centiliters 1 centiliter = 0.01 liter
78.9 L 1 liter = 100 centiliters 1 centiliter = 0.01 liter