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# How many liters are there in one gallon?

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1 U.S. gallon is equal to 3.79 liters, rounded to the nearest hundredth. In the United Kingdom, Imperial gallons are used.1 Imperial gallon is equal to 4.55 liters, rounded to the nearest hundredth.

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The liter is not an SI unit, although it is considered an acceptable unit to measure volume. The SI unit for volume is the cubic meter, which is equal to 1000 liters. SI stands for Système International and is the technical measure for scientific measurement. There are base SI units and derived SI units. Base units include the meter, to measure distance, and the kilogram, to measure weight. Derived units include the cubic meter and the square meter to measure area.

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Litres are a measurement of volume, while tons are a unit of weight, so the answer varies depending on the density of the substance being measured. The denser the substance, the less of it is needed to reach a ton.

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There are 1,000 liters in one kiloliter. Both liters and kiloliters are a measurement of volume, usually used to measure liquids. Liters are a basic unit in the metric system.

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If pure water is being measured, one ton equals 907.184 liters. In order to fully convert one ton to liters, however, the density of the liquid being measured must be known.