The medical world exists at a strange intersection between abstract science and practical care.

Our brains (in the states, at least) are trained in one system of measurement for our entire lives, and then in a clinical setting we are asked to use another. We can intuit what an ounce is, a cup, a pint- but we may not have an internal reference point that helps us translate one unit to another.

This can be confusing! But it doesn’t have to be.

It turns out most of these conversions are pretty easy – easy enough to memorize if you’ve got a test coming up, or just want to quit looking it up every time you need to know how many ounces are in a liter.

Look no further for convenient unit conversion formulas.

Here you’ll get all your volumetric questions answered: 1 ounce, how many cc? 1 ounce in L? 1 oz is how many ml? 1.5 fl equals how many ml? etc.. We’ve compiled a list of common nursing equations for conversions, made to make it easy to translate imperial measurements to metric, and back again.

## How Many CCs in an Oz? A List

**1 fluid 0z equals how many ml? 1 ounce of water equals how many ml?**

1 0unce = 29.5735 milliliter

**1 cc equals how many ml?**

1 cubic centimeter = 1 milliliter

**1 ml equals how many cc?**

1 milliliter = 1 cubic centimeter

ML to CC conversion: both cubic centimeters and milliliters measure volume, and each of them have the same volume, therefore 1 mL is equal to 1 cc.

1 cc = 1 mL

2 cc = 2 mL

3 cc = 3 mL

4 cc = 4 mL

etc.

**2 cc equals how many ml?**

2 cubic centimeters = 2 milliliters

**1 liter is how many fl oz?**

1 liter = 33.814 ounces

**2 liters equal how many fluid ounces?**

2 liters = 70.3902 ounces

**1 liter is equal to how many ounces?**

1 liter = 35.274 ounces

Note: this conversion is only true if the material being measured in liters is fresh water. Other fluids which measure 1 liter may be heavier or lighter than 35.274 ounces, depending on their density, and other factors.

**1 cc equals how many grams?**

1 cubic centimeter = 1 gram

Note: this conversion is only true if the material being measured in CC is fresh water. Other fluids which measure 1 cc may be heavier or lighter than a gram, depending on their density, and other factors.

**1 cup equals how many cc?**

1 cup = 240 cubic centimeters

**What is the equivalent 1 fluid ounce to ounce?**

1 fluid ounce = 1 ounce

Note: this conversion is only true if the material being measured in fluid ounces is fresh water. Other fluids which measure 1 fluid ounce may be heavier or lighter than an ounce, depending on their density, and other factors.

**1 ounce of water equals how many cups?**

1 ounce = 0.123223 cups

**1 fluid Oz equals how many cc?**

1 ounce = 29.5735 cc

**1 ounce is equal to how many liters?**

1 ounce = 0.0295735 liter

**1 cc equals how many fluid Oz?**

1 cubic centimeter = 0.033814 ounces

**1 fluid Oz equals how many cups?**

1 ounce = 0.123223 cups

**1 cup equals how many fluid Oz?**

1 cup = 8.11537 ounces

**1.5 cc equals how many mL?**

1.5 cubic centimeters = 1.5 milliliters

**What is the equivalent 1.5 ounces to milliliters (ml)?**

1.5 ounces = 44.3603 milliliters

**1.5 fluid Oz equals how many cc?**

1.5 ounces = 44.3603 cubic centimeters

**1.5 l is equal to how many cups?**

1.5 liters = 6.25 cups

**What is the equivalent 1.5 liters to oz (ounces)?**

1.5 liters = 50.721 ounces

**1.5 liters equals how many mL?**

1.5 liters = 1500 milliliters

## Conversion Formulas

**How to convert ounces to cubic centimeters ( 1 oz cc converter):**

Multiply: 1 Oz x 29.574 (1 ounce liquid conversion)Convert 1.5 oz to cc: 1.5 oz x 29.574

Convert 1.5 oz to ml: 1.5 oz x 29.574

**How to convert cc to ml:**

Multiply: 1cc x 1 (1 ml to cc conversion is the same)This works as well when converting 1.5 cc to ml.

**How to convert ounces to liters:**

Divide: 1 Oz / 33.814 (1 ounce liquid conversion)

**How to convert ounces to cups:**

Divide: 1 Oz / 8.115 (1 ounce liquid conversion)

**How to convert milliliters to ounces:**

Divide: 1mL / 29.574

**How to convert milliliters to liters:**

Divide: 1mL / 1000

**How to convert milliliters to cups:**

Divide: 1mL / 240

**How to convert liters to ounces:**

Multiply: 1 L x 33.814 (converts 1 oz to liters)

Convert 1.5 l to ounces: multiply 1.5 liters x 33.814 to express 1.5 liters in fluid ounces.

**How to convert liters to milliliters:**

Multiply: 1 L x 1000

**How to convert liters to cups:**

Multiply: 1 L x 4.16667Convert 1.5 l to cups:

**How to convert cups to ounces:**

Multiply: 1 cup x 8.11537

**How to convert cups to milliliters:**

Multiply: 1 cup x 240**How to convert 1 cup to cc:**

Multiply: 1 cup x 240

**How to convert cups to liters:**

Divide: 1 cup / 4.167

Converting units from imperial to metric can feel like learning a new language, but it doesn’t have to. Armed with our easy conversion formulas and equations, you’ll be ready to take on whatever volume the day throws at you.

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