One full 750 ml bottle and an additional third of a bottle make 1 liter of liquid. One liter equals 1,000 ml, or milliliters.
A 750 ml bottle is equivalent to three-quarters of a liter, or 0.75 liters. A liter is the base unit for measuring volume in the metric system and is a little more than a quart in U.S. measurements. Since an ounce of liquid is equal to approximately 30 milliliters, a 750 ml bottle is comparable to a little more than 25 fluid ounces, approximately 1 pint, and a little more than 3 standard cups. One standard cup equals approximately 200 ml.Learn More
It takes approximately two and a half 750 milliliter bottles to make a half gallon. To get the number of bottles needed to make half a gallon, the gallon has to be converted to milliliters, divided by 2 to get half of it and then divided by the number 750.Full Answer >
There are 1000 milliliters in a liter. The abbreviation "ml" stands for "milliliters." For practical purposes, the volume or capacity of a container is always mentioned in liters or in gallons.Full Answer >
One liter has the volume of approximately one million cubic millimeters. Cubic millimeters are an expression of volume, and one liter of water at standard pressure and maximum density generally occupies this volume amount.Full Answer >
One liter is equal to 1,000 milliliters. In the metric system, the prefix "milli-" is used before basic units, such as liter, gram and meter, to indicate that the measurement is one-thousandth of that basic unit.Full Answer >