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**According to the University of North Carolina, there are 33.8140226 fluid ounces in one standard liter.** Frequently rounded to 33.81 fluid ounces, the number represents a volume measurement for liquids. Fluid ounces and liters are both liquid volume measurements.

A liter is a little more than one quart (32 fluid ounces) and four liters is a little more than a gallon (four quarts or 128 fluid ounces). So, for simple conversion tables that involve cooking or health care calculations, a measure of 32 fluid ounces generally represents one liter. Similarly, 32 fluid ounces often is acceptable as four cups of liquid, since 8 ounces convert to one cup and 4 cups equal one quart.

Changing fluid ounces to liters is basic multiplication. One fluid ounce is equal to 0.0296 liter. Multiplying the number of fluid ounces by 0.0296 yields the liter conversion.

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## What is 150 milliliters in fluid ounces?

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Full Answer >**When converted, 150 milliliters is equal to 5.072 fluid ounces.**One milliliter is equal to approximately .034 fluid ounces in U.S. measurements.Filed Under: - Q:
## How much does 12 fluid ounces weigh?

A:The weight of 12 fluid ounces depends on the density of the substance. Twelve fluid ounces of milk weighs 33.94 ounces, but 12 fluid ounces of pure water weighs 12.52 ounces. Salt water weighs 12.84 ounces due to its lower density.

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## How do you convert milliliters to fluid ounces?

A:To convert milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, multiply the number of milliliters by 0.033814. One milliliter equals approximately 0.033814 U.S. fluid ounces. If converting to U.K. fluid ounces, multiply milliliters by 0.0351951 rather than 0.033814, because a U.S. and U.K. fluid ounce have different volumes.

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## How many cups are in 1 liter?

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