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Welcome to oz to liters, our page dedicated to the conversion of fluid ounces to liters.

If you have found us searching for the international spelling variant oz to litres, then you are right here, too.

The ounce is a unit of volume of which two kinds remain in current use: the United States customary fluid ounce and the imperial fluid ounce.

Both units are usually abbreviated as fl. oz, fl. oz. and oz. fl., but when it is clear that a liquid is meant people often simply write oz.

Read on to learn all about oz in liters, and make sure to check out our converter.



This Ounces ⇄ Liters Converter is Really Cool! Click To TweetThe litre, or liter in American spelling, is a metric unit of volume accepted by the International System of Units (SI).

One liter is equivalent to 1 cubic decimeter (dm3), that is 10 centimeters × 10 centimeters × 10 centimeters.

The unit symbol for liter is either l or L, not ltr, a common mistake.

Oz in Liters

As follows from the introduction, to determine oz in liters we must know the type of fluid ounce under consideration.

An US fluid ounce is defined as 1/128 of an US liquid gallon (1/16 US fluid pint), whereas the imperial fluid ounce is equal to 1/160 of an imperial gallon (1/20 of an imperial pint).

The US food labeling fluid ounce is only used for labeling nutrition.

  • 1 US customary fluid ounce equals 0.0295735295625 L
  • 1 Imperial fluid ounce aka UK fluid oz and Canada liquid ounce equals 0.0284130625 L
  • 1 United States food labelling fluid ounce equals 0.03 L

As you can see, in Canada and the United Kingdom the unit imperial fluid ounce is in use.

To convert oz to liters it is recommended using our calculator above.

How to Convert Oz to Liters

To convert ounces to liters with our converter insert the volume or capital in ounces making use of a decimal point.

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Ahead are our oz to liters formulas.

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

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Ounces to Liters

There are also mass units known as ounces, first and foremost the international avoirdupois ounce.

However, they mustn’t be confused with fluid ounces meant to measure liquids.

Throughout this site we discuss only capacity to capacity or volume to volume conversions.

So, on this page dedicated to fl oz to liters we change units of volumes, as opposed to mass.

Frequent conversions in this category include:

With the clarification just given, you definitively do know what fl oz in liter, ounces in a liter, and, for example, fl oz to liter stand for.

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