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# How much is 500 ml?

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Five hundred ml, or milliliters, is the same volume as a cube 7.937 centimeters on a side. This is approximately the same volume as two small square milk containers.

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The liter is the basic unit of volume in the metric system; it can be subdivided into 1,000 milliliters. Each milliliter is 1 cubic centimeter; the figure of 7.937 above is calculated by taking the cube root of 500. For those used to the American measurement system, a liter is just about 6 percent larger than a quart, while for those in the United Kingdom, an Imperial quart is approximately 14 percent larger than a liter.

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1 milliliter is equivalent to 1 cubic centimeter. The ratio is equal, so it is a direct conversion. This means the number of cubic centimeters is equal to the same number of milliliters.

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One teaspoon of liquid equals 5 ml, meaning 1 ml equals one-fifth of a teaspoon. There are 1,000 ml in one liter of liquid.

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When converting milliliters to ounces, 750 ml is the equivalent to roughly 25.4 fluid ounces. Milliliters are part of the metric system, while ounces are part of the US and imperial systems of measurements.