›› SI derived quantity: volume

This category of measurement units is defined by the "volume" type, which is an SI derived quantity.


›› SI unit: cubic meter

The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.


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›› Definition: Cubic meter

The cubic metre (symbol m) is the SI derived unit of volume. It is the volume of a cube with edges one metre in length. Older equivalents were the stere and the kilolitre.


›› Volume units

acre foot
acre foot [US survey]
acre inch
attoliter
barrel [UK, wine]
barrel [UK]
barrel [US, beer]
barrel [US, dry]
barrel [US, liquid]
barrel [US, petroleum]
billion cubic metre
board foot
bucket [UK]
bucket [US]
bushel [UK]
bushel [US, dry]
centiliter
cord foot [timber]
cord [firewood]
cubic angstrom
cubic centimetre
cubic cubit [ancient egypt]
cubic decimetre
cubic dekametre
cubic foot
cubic hectometre
cubic inch
cubic kilometre
cubic metre
cubic micrometre
cubic mile
cubic millimetre
cubic nanometre
cubic picometre
cubic yard
cup [Canada]
cup [metric]
cup [US]
decalitre
deciliter
dekalitre
dram
drum [metric, petroleum]
drum [US, petroleum]
exaliter
femtoliter
fifth
fluid ounce
gallon [UK]
gallon [US, dry]
gallon [US, liquid]
gallon [US]
gigaliter
gill [UK]
gill [US]
gram [water]
half US gallon
hectare meter
hectoliter
hogshead [UK]
hogshead [US]
imperial gallon
jigger
kiloliter
kilolitro
liter
litro
measure [ancient hebrew]
megaliter
microliter
microlitro
mililitro
milliliter
million cubic metre
minim [UK]
minim [US]
nanoliter
ounce [UK, liquid]
ounce [US, liquid]
peck [UK]
peck [US]
petaliter
picoliter
pint [UK]
pint [US, dry]
pint [US, liquid]
pipe [UK]
pipe [US]
pony
quart [ancient hebrew]
quart [Germany]
quart [UK]
quart [US, dry]
quart [US, liquid]
quarter [UK, liquid]
shot
stere
tablespoon [metric]
tablespoon [UK]
tablespoon [US]
teaspoon [metric]
teaspoon [UK]
teaspoon [US]
teraliter
thousand cubic metre
trillion cubic metre
US fluid ounce
yard