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In the SI system, it is the cubic meter (m3), which is equivalent to 1000 liters.

In the United States volume is measured in fluid ounces, drams, cups, cubic feet, pints, quarts, cubic inches, half gallons, cubic yards (known in the concrete industry as "yards") and gallons.

(Fluid ounces and ounces should not be confused. Volume is measured in fluid ounces and mass is measured in ounces.)

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