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**Acre-Feet**- Acre-foot is the area of one acre with a height of one foot. It measures 66 feet by 660 feet (acre) by 1 foot; 43 560 cu ft. Typically used for large water volumes. One international acre-foot (ac ft) is 1233.48183754752 cubic meters (m
^{3}).

- Acre-foot is the area of one acre with a height of one foot. It measures 66 feet by 660 feet (acre) by 1 foot; 43 560 cu ft. Typically used for large water volumes. One international acre-foot (ac ft) is 1233.48183754752 cubic meters (m
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**Acre-Inches**- Volume of one inch covering one acre; typically used to measure water volumes. An acre-inch is 3630 cubic yards, about 27154.3 US gallons, or 6272640 cubic inches. One acre-inch = 102.790,153,128,96 cubic meters. 1 ac-in = 102.79015312896 m
^{2}.

- Volume of one inch covering one acre; typically used to measure water volumes. An acre-inch is 3630 cubic yards, about 27154.3 US gallons, or 6272640 cubic inches. One acre-inch = 102.790,153,128,96 cubic meters. 1 ac-in = 102.79015312896 m
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**Barrels (Imperial)**- Imperial barrel of 36 imperial gallons. Originally 10 pounds of water at 62 degrees Fahrenheit. Now 4.54609 litres. 1 imperial gallon = 0.00454609 cubic meters (SI base). 1 imp gal = 0.00454609 m
^{3}.

- Imperial barrel of 36 imperial gallons. Originally 10 pounds of water at 62 degrees Fahrenheit. Now 4.54609 litres. 1 imperial gallon = 0.00454609 cubic meters (SI base). 1 imp gal = 0.00454609 m
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**Barrels (U.S. dry)**- 105 qt (US) = 105/32 bu (US lvl)

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**Barrels (U.S. fluid)**- 31-1/2 gal (US)

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**Barrels of Oil**- 1 Barrel of oil holds 42 US fluid gallons. This is equal to 0.158987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 bbl = 0.158987294928 m
^{3}.

- 1 Barrel of oil holds 42 US fluid gallons. This is equal to 0.158987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 bbl = 0.158987294928 m
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**Billion Cubic Feet**- A billion cubic feet. 1 billion cubic feet equals 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 BCF = 28316846.592 m
^{3}.

- A billion cubic feet. 1 billion cubic feet equals 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 BCF = 28316846.592 m
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**Board-Feet**- 144 cu in

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**Buckets (Imperial)**- 4 gal (Imp)

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**Bushels (Imperial)**- 8 gal (Imp)

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**Bushels (U.S. dry heaped)**- 1 1/4 bu (US lvl)

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**Bushels (U.S. dry level)**- 2150.42 cu in

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**Butts**- 126 gal (wine)

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**Centilitres**- A centilitre is exactly 1 / 100
^{th}of a litre.

- A centilitre is exactly 1 / 100
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**Coombs**- 4 bu (Imp)

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**Cord-Feet**- 16 cu ft

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**Cords**- 8 ft x 4 ft x 4 ft

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**Cubic Centimeters**- A cube measuring exactly one centimetre on each side. A centimeter being exactly
^{1}/_{100}th of a meter. One cubic centimeter = 0.000,001 cubic meters (SI unit volume). 1 cm^{3}= 0.000001 m^{3}.

- A cube measuring exactly one centimetre on each side. A centimeter being exactly
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**Cubic Feet**- 1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft. Approximately 0.028316846592 cubic meters (SI).

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**Cubic Inches**- A cube 1 inch by 1 inch by 1 inch. 0.000 016 387 064 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 cu in = 0.000016387064 m
^{3}.

- A cube 1 inch by 1 inch by 1 inch. 0.000 016 387 064 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 cu in = 0.000016387064 m
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**Cubic Kilometers**- 1 Cubic kilometer is equal to a volume with sides 1000 x 1000 x 1000 meters. 1 km
^{3}= 1 000 000 000 m^{3}.

- 1 Cubic kilometer is equal to a volume with sides 1000 x 1000 x 1000 meters. 1 km
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**Cubic Meters**- Volume made by a cube having one meter per side. 1 m * 1 m * 1 m.

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**Cubic Miles**- 1 mi x 1 mi x 1 mi

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**Cubic Millimeters**- A cube measuring one millimeter on each side. 1 mm x 1 mm x 1mm. One cubic millimeter is exactly 0.000 000 001 cubic meters. 1 mm
^{3}= 1 x 10^{-9}m^{3}.

- A cube measuring one millimeter on each side. 1 mm x 1 mm x 1mm. One cubic millimeter is exactly 0.000 000 001 cubic meters. 1 mm
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**Cubic Yards**- A cube measuring one yard on each side. Equivalent to 27 Cubic Feet or 46656 Cubic Inches. Using international yards of 0.9144 meters a cubic yard is 0.764,554,857,984 meters. 1 cu yd = 0.764554857984 m
^{2}.

- A cube measuring one yard on each side. Equivalent to 27 Cubic Feet or 46656 Cubic Inches. Using international yards of 0.9144 meters a cubic yard is 0.764,554,857,984 meters. 1 cu yd = 0.764554857984 m
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**Cubic-Fathoms**- 1 fm x 1 fm x 1 fm

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**Cups**- 250.0 x 10
^{-6}m^{3}

- 250.0 x 10
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**Cups (breakfast)**- 10 fl oz (Imp)

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**Cups (Canadian)**- 8 fl oz (Imp)

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**Cups (U.S. customary)**- 8 US fl oz = 1/16 gal (US)

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**Cups (U.S. food nutrition labeling)**- 240 mL

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**Dashes (Imperial)**- 1 Imperial dash is defined as 1/8th of an Imperial teaspoon.

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**Decalitres**- A decalitre is exactly 10 litres.

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**Decilitres**- A decilitre is exactly 0.1 litres.

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**Dessertspoons**- A dessertspoon in some commonwealth countries is 10 mL or 0.01 litres.

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**Drops**- Although the size of 1 drop may vary due to factors such as liquid surface tension it can be approximated as 1/96th a teaspoon or 0.05 millilitres.

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**Drums (55 US gal)**- 55 US fluid gallons. Exact measures of drum size may vary by manufacturer or intended use. 55 US gal is a common drum size; metric sizes may be 200, 205, or 208 litres (208 being closest to 55 US gal). 1 Drum = 0.20819764812 cubic meters (SI base unit).

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**Fifths**- Defined as one-fifth of a Gallon (US fluid). 1/5 US Gal. 46.2 Cubic Inches. This is about 757.0824 milliliters or 0.0007570824 cubic meters (SI base unit of volume).

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**Fluid Drams (Imperial)**^{1}/_{8}of a fluid ounce (Imperial). 3.551 632 8125 milliliters.

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**Fluid Drams (US)**^{1}/_{8}of a fluid ounce (US). 3.696 691 195 3125 milliliters.

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**Fluid Ounces (Imperial)**- 1/160 gal (Imp)

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**Fluid Ounces (U.S. customary)**- 1/128 gal (US)

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**Fluid Ounces (US food nutrition labeling)**- Exactly 30 milliliters (ml) as define by US regulation 21 CFR 101.9(b)(5)(viii); only to be used in US food nutrition labeling. 1 oz fl (US nutrition) = 0.00003 m
^{3}(SI base unit).

- Exactly 30 milliliters (ml) as define by US regulation 21 CFR 101.9(b)(5)(viii); only to be used in US food nutrition labeling. 1 oz fl (US nutrition) = 0.00003 m
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**Fluid Scruples (Imperial)**^{1}/_{24}fluid ounce,^{1}/_{3}fluid dram, or 20 minims (Imperial). Approximately 1.183 877 604 166 667 milliliters.

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**Fluid Scruples (US)**^{1}/_{24}fluid ounce,^{1}/_{3}fluid dram, or 20 minims (US). 1.232 230 398 4375 milliliters.

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**Gallons (Imperial)**- 4.54609 L

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**Gallons (U.S. dry)**- 1/8 bu (US lvl)

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**Gallons (U.S. fluid)**- 231 cu in

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**Gallons of Beer**- 282 cu in

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**Gigalitres**- A gigalitre is exactly one billion (1,000,000,000) litres.

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**Gills (Imperial)**- 5 Imperial fluid ounces. 142.065 3125 milliliters.

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**Gills (US)**- Half a cup, 4 US fluid ounces. 118.294 118 25 milliliters.

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**Hectare Meters**- A volume of 10 000 cubic meters created by flooding an area of one hectare to a depth of one meter, thus creating a volume one hectare by one meter. 1 ha m = 10 000 m
^{3}.

- A volume of 10 000 cubic meters created by flooding an area of one hectare to a depth of one meter, thus creating a volume one hectare by one meter. 1 ha m = 10 000 m
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**Hectolitres**- A hectolitre is exactly 100 litres.

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**Hogsheads (Imperial)**- 2 bl (Imp)

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**Hogsheads (U.S.)**- 2 fl bl (US)

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**Hundreds of Cubic Feet**- 1 CCF or 100 Cubic Feet is a common volume in household natural gas and water billing approximately equal to 2.8316846592 cubic meters. C denotes centum, CF denotes Cubic Feet.

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**Jiggers**- A jigger (or shot) is used in bartending to measure 1 1⁄2 US fluid ounces. 1 jigger is equal to 44.36 millilitres.

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**Kilderkins**- 1 Kilderkin = 2 firkins = half a barrel = 18 imperial gallons. English beer measure. In SI units 1 kilderkin is approximately equal to 0.08182962 cubic meters. 1 kilderkin = 0.08182962 m
^{3}.

- 1 Kilderkin = 2 firkins = half a barrel = 18 imperial gallons. English beer measure. In SI units 1 kilderkin is approximately equal to 0.08182962 cubic meters. 1 kilderkin = 0.08182962 m
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**Kilogallons**- A thousand gallons. Using U.S. fluid gallons of exactly 231 cubic inches. 1 Kilogallon = 3.785 411 784 cubic meters (SI base). 1 kgal = 3.785411784 m
^{3}.

- A thousand gallons. Using U.S. fluid gallons of exactly 231 cubic inches. 1 Kilogallon = 3.785 411 784 cubic meters (SI base). 1 kgal = 3.785411784 m
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**Kilolitres**- A kilolitre is exactly 1,000 litres.

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**Koku**- Japanese measure equal to 10 cubic shaku; roughly the annual supply of rice required to sustain one peasant. 1 Koku = 0.278264741074658 cubic meters.

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**Litres**- One cubic decimeter; a cube of 10 cm × 10 cm × 10 cm. Originally one litre of liquid water was one kilogram. 0.001 cubic meters. 1 L = 1 dm
^{3}= 0.001 m^{3}.

- One cubic decimeter; a cube of 10 cm × 10 cm × 10 cm. Originally one litre of liquid water was one kilogram. 0.001 cubic meters. 1 L = 1 dm
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**Megalitres**- A megalitre is exactly 1,000,000 litres.

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**Microlitres**- A microlitre is exactly 0.000001 litres.

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**Millilitres**- 1 Millilitre is 1/1000th of a Litre.

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**Million Barrels of Oil**- A million barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 000 gallons (US fluid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158987.294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158987.294928 m
^{3}.

- A million barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 000 gallons (US fluid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158987.294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158987.294928 m
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**Million Cubic Feet**- A million cubic feet. 1 Million cubic feet equals 28316.846592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 MMCF = 28316.846592 m
^{3}.

- A million cubic feet. 1 Million cubic feet equals 28316.846592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 MMCF = 28316.846592 m
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**Minims (Imperial)**- Precisely
^{1}/_{480}of an Imperial fluid ounce. Also,^{1}/_{60}of an Imperial fluid dram. Approximately one drop. 1 Imperial fluid minim = 59.19388020833 microliters.

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**Minims (US fluid)**- Precisely
^{1}/_{480}of a US fluid ounce. Also,^{1}/_{60}of a US fluid dram. Approximately one drop or 0.95 grains of water. 1 US fluid minim = 61.611519921875 microliters.

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**Nanolitres**- A nanolitre is exactly 1 x 10
^{-9}litres.

- A nanolitre is exactly 1 x 10
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**Picolitres**- A picolitre is 1 x 10
^{-12}litres. It is only suitable for measuring very small volumes.

- A picolitre is 1 x 10
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**Pints (Imperial)**- 1/8 gal (Imp)

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**Pints (U.S. dry)**- 1/64 bu (US lvl) = 1/8 gal (US dry)

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**Pints (U.S. fluid)**- 1/8 gal (US)

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**Quarts (Imperial)**- 1/4 gal (Imp)

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**Tablespoons (U.S. customary)**- 1/2 US fl oz

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**Teaspoons (U.S. customary)**- 1/6 US fl oz

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**Teralitres**- A teralitre is exactly one trillion litres (1,000,000,000,000).

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**Thousand Barrels of Oil**- A thousand barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 gallons (US fluid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158.987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158.987294928 m
^{3}.

- A thousand barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 gallons (US fluid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158.987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158.987294928 m
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**Thousand Cubic Meters**- Exactly one thousand cubic meters. Commonly used for measuring volumes of natural gas. Abbreviated by scientific notation (10
^{3}m^{3}) or as TCM. 10^{3}m^{3}is equal to one thousand cubic meters. 10³m³ = 1,000 m³.

- Exactly one thousand cubic meters. Commonly used for measuring volumes of natural gas. Abbreviated by scientific notation (10
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**Thousand Million Cubic Feet**- A thousand million cubic feet or a billion cubic feet. A measure typically used to refer to large amounts of water in reservoirs. 1 thousand million cubic feet = 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit).1 TCM = 28316846.592 m
^{3}.

- A thousand million cubic feet or a billion cubic feet. A measure typically used to refer to large amounts of water in reservoirs. 1 thousand million cubic feet = 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit).1 TCM = 28316846.592 m
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**Thousands of Cubic Feet**- 1 MCF or Thousand Cubic Feet is a common commercial measurement of natural gas approximately equal to 28.316846592 cubic meters. M denotes
*mil*, from the French word for thousand NOT the metric prefix meaning million; CF denotes Cubic Feet.

- 1 MCF or Thousand Cubic Feet is a common commercial measurement of natural gas approximately equal to 28.316846592 cubic meters. M denotes
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**Trillion Cubic Feet**- A Trillion cubic feet. Mostly used in measuring natural gas reserves. 1 Trillion cubic feet is equal to 28 316 846 592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 TCF = 28316846592 m
^{3}.

- A Trillion cubic feet. Mostly used in measuring natural gas reserves. 1 Trillion cubic feet is equal to 28 316 846 592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 TCF = 28316846592 m
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**Tuns**- An old measure consisting of 252 US fluid gallons. 1 Tun (US) is equivalent to 0.953923769568 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 US tu = 0.953923769568 m
^{3}

- An old measure consisting of 252 US fluid gallons. 1 Tun (US) is equivalent to 0.953923769568 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 US tu = 0.953923769568 m