# Liter to Cubic centimeter Converter

1 Liter = 1000 Cubic centimeter

## How to convert from Liter to Cubic centimeter?

Every 1 Liter equals 1000 Cubic centimeter. For example, 100 Liters equal 100 * 1000 = 100000 Cubic centimeters and so on..

## Liter to Cubic centimeter Conversions Table

1 Liter = 1000 Cubic centimeter
2 Liter = 2000 Cubic centimeter
4 Liter = 4000 Cubic centimeter
5 Liter = 5000 Cubic centimeter
10 Liter = 10000 Cubic centimeter
20 Liter = 20000 Cubic centimeter
25 Liter = 25000 Cubic centimeter
50 Liter = 50000 Cubic centimeter
100 Liter = 100000 Cubic centimeter
200 Liter = 200000 Cubic centimeter
250 Liter = 250000 Cubic centimeter
500 Liter = 500000 Cubic centimeter
1000 Liter = 1000000 Cubic centimeter
2000 Liter = 2000000 Cubic centimeter
2500 Liter = 2500000 Cubic centimeter
5000 Liter = 5000000 Cubic centimeter
10000 Liter = 10000000 Cubic centimeter
20000 Liter = 20000000 Cubic centimeter
25000 Liter = 25000000 Cubic centimeter
50000 Liter = 50000000 Cubic centimeter
100000 Liter = 100000000 Cubic centimeter
200000 Liter = 200000000 Cubic centimeter
500000 Liter = 500000000 Cubic centimeter
1000000 Liter = 1000000000 Cubic centimeter
1 Cubic centimeter = 0.001 Liter
2 Cubic centimeter = 0.002 Liter
4 Cubic centimeter = 0.004 Liter
5 Cubic centimeter = 0.005 Liter
10 Cubic centimeter = 0.01 Liter
20 Cubic centimeter = 0.02 Liter
25 Cubic centimeter = 0.025 Liter
50 Cubic centimeter = 0.05 Liter
100 Cubic centimeter = 0.1 Liter
200 Cubic centimeter = 0.2 Liter
250 Cubic centimeter = 0.25 Liter
500 Cubic centimeter = 0.5 Liter
1000 Cubic centimeter = 1 Liter
2000 Cubic centimeter = 2 Liter
2500 Cubic centimeter = 2.5 Liter
5000 Cubic centimeter = 5 Liter
10000 Cubic centimeter = 10 Liter
20000 Cubic centimeter = 20 Liter
25000 Cubic centimeter = 25 Liter
50000 Cubic centimeter = 50 Liter
100000 Cubic centimeter = 100 Liter
200000 Cubic centimeter = 200 Liter
500000 Cubic centimeter = 500 Liter
1000000 Cubic centimeter = 1000 Liter

## Liter

What is liter?

In the past, liter was defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4 °C. Nowadays, liter is an important unit of volume used in the metric system which is equal to one cubic decimeter.

In other words, a cubic with 10 cm sides, has a volume of one liter. “L” is the symbol of liter. Liter has a french origin as it was derived from the french unit “Litron”.

Liter is widely used, however, the cubic meter is the main SI unit of volume.