How many fluid ounces in 1 decilitre?
The answer is 3.3814022558919.
We assume you are converting between US fluid ounce and deciliter.
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 33814.022558919 fluid ounces, or 10000 decilitre.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between fluid ounces and deciliters.
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1 fluid ounces to decilitre = 0.29574 decilitre
5 fluid ounces to decilitre = 1.47868 decilitre
10 fluid ounces to decilitre = 2.95735 decilitre
20 fluid ounces to decilitre = 5.91471 decilitre
30 fluid ounces to decilitre = 8.87206 decilitre
40 fluid ounces to decilitre = 11.82941 decilitre
50 fluid ounces to decilitre = 14.78676 decilitre
75 fluid ounces to decilitre = 22.18015 decilitre
100 fluid ounces to decilitre = 29.57353 decilitre
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Note that this is a fluid ounce measuring volume, not the typical ounce that measures weight. It only applies for a liquid ounce in U.S. measurements.
A decilitre (or deciliter), abbreviated dL or dl, is one tenth of a litre, or 10^?4 m^3, or 100 millilitre. The SI prefix "deci" stands for one-tenth.
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