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# 1 Oz to Liters

Welcome to 1 oz to liters, our article about the volume conversion of 1 fluid ounce to liters. If you have been looking for how much is 1 oz in liters, or if you entered 1 ounce to liters in the search engine of your choice, then you have come to the right page, too. Note that you have to know the type of ounces you have: Imperial fluid ounces, US customary fluid ounces, or US food labeling fluid ounces; these units have slightly varying capacities.

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## 1 Ounce to Liters

The answer to the question how much is 1 ounce in liters is dependent on whether you have 1 imperial fl. oz, 1 US fl. oz, or 1 US food labeling fl. oz, as detailed on our home page.

In Canada and the UK for example, 1 ounce in the context of a liquid usually mean imperial fluid oz which are roughly 4% less than the customary American unit.

• 1 US customary fl. oz = 0.03 L
• 1 Imperial fl. oz = 0.03 L
• 1 US food labeling fl. oz = 0.03 L

The above results are rounded to 2 decimal places. In case you want more precision head to our converter in the next part of this page.

Here you can change 1 liter to oz.

In the next section of this post we are also going to discuss the conversion in more depth.

## Convert 1 Oz to Liters

To change the volume enter 1 in the first field, then choose your unit from the drop down menu. There is no convert button to obtain the equivalent – it’s automatic.

If our volume converter has been of use to you, then don’t forget to bookmark us. To conduct the conversion you could also use calculator applying our formulas:

• L = [1] × 3.785411784/128 – US customary fl. oz
• L = [1] × 4.54609/160 – Imperial / UK / CA fl. oz
• L = [1] / 33 1/3 – US food labeling fl. oz

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## 1 Oz in Liter

As you have seen, the 1 ounce to liter conversion isn’t difficult once you have identified your specific kind of liquid ounce unit.

You may either get the converted value doing the math explained in our formulas, or utilize our converter. We recommend the latter approach.

Alternatively, especially to conduct a conversion distinct from 1 oz, you might also fill in our custom search box in the sidebar, which can also be accessed via our header menu.

In said box, enter, 1 oz in l, or 1 ounce to l for example. The page you are being taken to has links to all relevant posts, including, but not limited to this article.

As an aside: Throughout our site ounces refer to fluid ounces, which must not be mistaken with the unit of mass known as international avoirdupois ounce.

Ahead is the final part of 1 oz fl in liter. There you can find additional information in the context of 1 ounce in l, along with the summary of our information.

## Conclusion

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Another option is sending us an email with a subject such as how many liters is 1 ounce. More about the units under consideration can be found in our articles in the header menu.

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If you cannot determine the particular type of ounces you have, keep in mind that for daily use of the conversion of 1 oz to liters the difference in percentage is not much.

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