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Convert 1 fl oz to ml

1 fl oz equals 0.0000000295735295625 ml

Conversion details

To convert fl oz to ml use the following formula:
1 fl oz equals 0.0000000295735295625 ml
For example, to convert 10 fl oz to ml, multiply 0.0000000295735295625 by 10 i.e.,
10 fl oz = 0.0000000295735295625 * 10 ml = 0.0000003 ml
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Additional unit information

Fl oz is a common alias of the unit 'ounce (fluid U.S. customary)'

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ounce (fluid U.S. customary)

Ounce (fluid u.s. customary) is a unit of measurement of volume. The definition for ounce (fluid u.s. customary) is the following:
A U.S. customary fluid ounce is equal to 1/128 U.S. gallons.
The symbol for ounce (fluid U.S. customary) is US fl oz


Megaliter is a multiple of the liter unit. The mega prefix stands for 1000000 therefore, 1 megaliter = 1000000 liter units. Liter is a unit of measurement of volume. The definition for liter is the following:
A litre is equal to 1 cubic decimeter or 0.001 cubic meters.
The symbol for megaliter is ML

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