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1 Gram to Liters

    Welcome to 1 gram to liters. In this post we are going to explain you the 1 g to liter conversion. Using the unit symbol g, the mass of 1 gram is denoted as 1 g, and for the resulting volume in liters we employ the unit symbol L. Thus, 1 g to L is a mass to volume conversion – substance-specific, among other things. Read on to learn everything about 1g in L, and make sure to check out our converters.

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    1 G to Liters

    As explained in detail on our home page, it is the density D which links the mass of 1 gram with the volume in liters. The density depends on the substance, temperature and pressure.

    Below you can find the formula for 1g in L; if you don’t know the density of your ingredient or material make use of our second converter a few lines down.

    Convert 1 Gram to Liters

    To convert 1 gram to L we use the formula [L] = [1] / (D x 1000). In case of water at sea level and 39.2 °F, D = 1, so L = g / 1000. Under these circumstances, 1 gram of water equals 0.001 liters.

    The above approximation for 1 g to liters should do for cooking and similar purposes, but what about different conditions and substances like rice and milk?

    If you know your particular density, then replace D with the specific value in our formula, or enter the value in the first converter’s density field.

    If you don’t know your particular density to change 1g to liters, then you might go with the average values using our second converter, which has the density for many substances.

    Alternatively, you may fill in our search form in the header menu to locate the 1 gram to liters conversion for a particular ingredient.

    1 G to Liters Converter (Density)

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    1 G to Liters Converter (Substance)

    Ahead is the summary of 1 g L.

    1 Gram to Liter Conversion

    You have reached the concluding part about how to convert 1 gram to liters.

    Reading this post carefully, you have learned to answer these frequently asked questions in the context of 1 g in L:

    • How many liters in 1 g?
    • 1 g is equal to how many liters?
    • How many liters in 1 gram?

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