- 1 E-4 m³
To help compare different
orders of magnitude, this page lists volumes between 10-4 m³ and 10-3 m³ or 100 millilitres and 1 litre. "See also" volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude. Keep in mind that one millilitre or mL in SI notation, is defined as equal to one cubic centimetre, or cm³.
* Volumes smaller than 100 cubic centimetres
* 100 mL is equal to:
** 1 E-4 m³
** 100 cm³
** 1/10 of a litre
** 1 decilitre
** volume of cube with edge 46 mm
* 400 mL — rough volume of the human
* 473 mL (approx.) — 1 U.S.
* 568 mL (approx.) — 1 Imperial pint
* 750 mL — the most common volume for
wineand liquorbottles; sometimes called a 'fifth' in the United Statesfor its approximation to the once-common one-fifth- gallonbottle
* 946 mL (approx.) — 1 U.S.
*Volumes larger than 1 litre
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