# Liquid Measurement Chart – Definition with Examples

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## Liquid Measurement Chart

Liquid Measurement

The liquid measurement is the amount of liquid a vessel contains and its measurement in standard units. We also refer to it as the “capacity” or the “volume” of the vessel.

Infant milk bottle with measurement markings in milliliter and juice bottle with 1 liter contents.

The Different Tools used for Liquid Measurement are:

• Measuring Cup & Pitcher: We commonly use the measuring cup and pitcher with markings in the kitchen for adding liquid ingredients in a measured quantity.

Measuring pitcher, cups and spoons with measurement markings in metric and US customary units on the surface.

• Laboratory Essentials: The liquid measurement equipment such as beakers, graduated cylinder, test tube, conical flasks are used in laboratories for clinical and scientific purposes. With permanent markings in metric and customary, these types of equipment are useful in measuring liquids with precision for carrying out tests with chemicals and other liquid compounds.

Conical flat-bottom flask, beaker and graduated cylinder; liquid measurement equipment used in laboratory markings.

## Unit Conversion

To convert the mentioned unit to different units, follow the given conversion steps.

Metric unit conversion for different measurements.Let’s convert the quantities to different units using the conversion table.

We follow the given chart for U.S. customary unit conversions

customary unit conversion for different measurements.

An example of using the above chart for unit conversion is:

We follow the given chart for U.K. Imperial unit conversions

Imperial Unit Conversion for Different Measurements.

Using the above chart, the conversion of a given capacity in different units is illustrated as follows:

Application

The liquid measurement units are commercially used for the trade purpose of commodities such as petrol, water, oil, and others. Standardization of measurement units introduced uniformity for global interpretation of mass and volume of liquids.