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The **Volume Unit Conversion** calculator converts a measurement of volume from one set of volume units to a list of other imperial and metric volume units including liters, cubic meters, cubic inches, feet, yards and miles, acre-feet, liters, gallons, cups, quarts, pints, teaspoons, barrels and bushels.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

- (
**V**) Input Volume_{1}

**Volume (V _{2}):** The calculator returns the volume in the following units:

- cubic millimeters (mm
^{3}) - cubic centimeters (mm
^{cm^3}) - cubic meters (m
^{3}) - cubic kilometers (
^{km^3}) - cubic inches (n
^{3}) - cubic feet (ft
^{3}) - cubic yards (yd
^{3}) - cubic miles (mi
^{3}) - acre⋅feet (ac⋅ft)
- milliliters (mL)
- liters (L)
- fluid ounces (oz_liquid)
- cups (cup)
- pints (pint)
- quarts (qt)
- gallons (gal)
- barrels (bbl)
- bushels (bu)

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Example: Enter 1,000,000,000 (without the commas) while leaving the units on the entry field set to cubic meters (`m^3`) and the multiplier (k) set to the default of one. You have entered 1 billion cubic meters as the input to the conversion.

Then on the output select kilometers cubed (`km^3`) as your units. vCalc will confirm that 1 billion cubic meters is equivalent to 1 cubic kilometer.

1,000,000,000 `m^3` = 1 `km^3`

This conversion equation answers many, many questions, such as:

- how many teaspoons in a gallon?
- How many cubic millimeters in a liter?
- How much is a dash?
- How much is a smidgen?
- How much is a pinch?
- How many cubic feet in a cubic meter?

Volume is a three dimensional quantity. Different units exist to provide convenience in measuring in different domains. For example, an acre⋅foot is the volume of water measured by an area of one acre at one foot of depth. It is commonly used to measure volume in ponds, lakes and reservoirs. The unit pinch is 1/16^{th} of a teaspoon and used in cooking.

Volume Units (Dry and Liquid) |
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cubic millimeters (mm^{3}) |
cubic centimeters (cm^{3}) |
cubic meters (m^{3}) |

cubic inches (in^{3}) |
cubic feet (ft^{3}) |
cubic yards (yd^{3}) |

gallons (gal) | quarts (qt) | pints |

fluid ounce (oz_liquid) | UK fluid ounce (oz_liquid_UK) | UK gallon (gallon_uk) |

tablespoons (tbsp) | teaspoon (tsp) | cups |

smidgen | pinch |
dash |

drop | barrel (bbl) | bushel (bu) |

milliliter (mL) | liter (L) | U.K. gallon (gallon_uk) |

cubic kilometers (km^{3}) |
cubic miles (mi |
acre-feet (ac⋅ft) |

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