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# How many liters is a fifth of alcohol?

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There are 0.75 liters in a fifth of alcohol. A fifth of alcohol contains 750 milliliters, which can also be written as 3/4 of a liter.

To change millimeters to liters, the equation is L = mL / 1000.0. A fifth of liquor is also equal to 25.36 ounces. To convert millimeters to ounces, a person would use the formula fluid ounce = mL * 0.033814. This amount of liquor is also equivalent 4/5 quart or 1/5 gallon.

When measuring shots in ounces, a fifth contains around 16.9 servings. When serving 1- ounce shots, a fifth contains slightly more than 25 shots.

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According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, a fifth of spirits contains 750 ml or around 3.2 cups. The hard liquor typically sold in fifths is 40 percent alcohol by volume, or 80 proof.

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