Cook more often by learning how many fluid ounces in a liter. You will be able to make your favorite recipes with confidence when you know the conversion from liters to fluid ounces and vice versa.

Have you ever stopped in the middle of cooking and realized that you don't have the correct measurements for your ingredients?

Liters in the metric system and fluid ounces in US and British measurement systems are two unit measurements that are often used interchangeably.

So how can you convert liters to fluid ounces and vice versa?

Please, read on to discover simple conversion formulas and charts. So next time you cook or bake, this guide will come in handy.

Or get to know how much water you should drink daily in fluid ounces or liters.

Let's say water bottles contain 16.9 fluid ounces; how many liters are in a bottle, and how many oz bottles should you drink to stay hydrated?

Consult health experts to know the required daily water intake, use the conversion tables below, and enjoy the hottest summer days without worries.

Note: according to the National Academies of Science, the average person in temperate climates needs about 3.7 liters of water for adult men and 2.7 L for adult women per day.

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## Fluid ounces and liters

What are a fluid ounce and a liter? And what are the US and Imperial fluid ounces?

Let's find out.

A fluid ounce and liter are both units of volume.

A fluid ounce (abbreviated as *fl oz*) is a measure of volume in the United States customary and Imperial systems. So it is used to measure liquid ingredients, sometimes called wet ingredients.

US fluid ounce equals 1/128 US gallon, 1/32 US quart, 1/16 US pint, ⅛ US cup, 2 US tablespoons, or 6 US teaspoons.

Imperial fluid ounce equals 0.00625 Imperial gallon, 1/40 Imperial quart, 1/20 Imperial pint, 1/10 Imperial cup, 1.6 Imperial tablespoons, or 4.8 Imperial teaspoons.

You shouldn't confuse two types of ounces - fluid ounces with dry ounces (aka weight ounces) used to measure dry ingredients.

A liter (abbreviated as l, L, or ℓ) is a metric system volume unit. It sometimes has a spelling as a litre.

So what is a liter value? A liter is the volume of one kilogram of water and is equal to 1 cubic decimeter, 1000 cubic cm, 0.001 cubic meters, or 1e-9 cubic hectometer.

## How many fluid oz in a liter

### 1 liter to a fluid ounce (1 l to fl oz)

How many US fluid ounces in a liter?

**1 liter = 33.814 fl oz** (US system), so

there are 33.814 fluid ounces in a liter.

Thus, the rough estimate, 1 liter is approximately equal to 34 fluid ounces.

How many Imperial fluid ounces are in a liter?

**1 liter = 35.1951 fl oz** **Imperial** (Imperial system), so

35.1951 Imperial fluid ounces are in a liter.

## How to convert liters to fluid ounces

To convert liters to US fluid ounces, multiply the number of liters by 33.814, where 33.814 is a conversion factor.

Here is a conversion formula:

**US** **fluid ounces = liters × 33.814.**

The same principle works for imperial units:

**Imperial fluid ounces = liters x 35.1951.**

Let's have a look at an example.

### How many fluid ounces in 2 liters

**2 l x 33.814 = 67.628 fl oz, **so

there are 67.628 US fluid ounces in 2 liters.

## Liters to fluid ounces conversion

The following table represents a volume conversion chart that converts liters to US fluid ounces (l to fl oz). The number of fl oz is rounded to 2 decimal places.

Liters | Fluid ounces | Liters | Fluid ounces |
---|---|---|---|

1 l | 33.81 fl oz | 16 l | 541.02 fl oz |

2 l | 67.63 fl oz | 17 l | 574.84 fl oz |

3 l | 101.44 fl oz | 18 l | 608.65 fl oz |

4 l | 135.26 fl oz | 19 l | 642.47 fl oz |

5 l | 169.07 fl oz | 20 l | 676.28 fl oz |

6 l | 202.88 fl oz | 21 l | 710.09 fl oz |

7 l | 236.7 fl oz | 22 l | 743.91 fl oz |

8 l | 270.51 fl oz | 23 l | 777.72 fl oz |

9 l | 304.33 fl oz | 24 l | 811.54 fl oz |

10 l | 338.14 fl oz | 25 l | 845.35 fl oz |

11 l | 371.95 fl oz | 26 l | 879.16 fl oz |

12 l | 405.77 fl oz | 27 l | 912.98 fl oz |

13 l | 439.58 fl oz | 28 l | 946.79 fl oz |

14 l | 473.4 fl oz | 29 l | 980.61 fl oz |

15 l | 507.21 fl oz | 30 l | 1,014 fl oz |

## How many liters in a fluid ounce

### 1 fluid ounce to liters (1 fl oz to l)

How many liters in an ounce?

**1 US fl oz = 0.029574 l** (US system), so

there are 0.029574 liters in a fluid ounce.

How many liters are in an Imperial fluid ounce?

**1 fl oz Imperial = 0.0284131**

**l**(Imperial system), so

there are 0.0284131 liters in one Imperial fluid ounce.

## How to convert fluid ounces to liters

To convert US fluid ounces to liters, multiply the number of fluid ounces by 0.029574, where 0.029574 is a conversion factor:

**liter = fluid ounces × 0.029574.**

Let's have a look at an example.

### How many liters in 2 fluid ounces

**2 fl oz x 0.029574 = 0.059148 l, **so

there are 0.059148 liters in 2 fluid ounces.

## Fluid ounces to liters conversion

This fluid ounce conversion table converts US fluid ounces to liters (fl oz to l).

Fluid ounces | Liters | Fluid ounces | Liters |
---|---|---|---|

1 fl oz | 0.029574 l | 11 fl oz | 0.325309 l |

2 fl oz | 0.059147 l | 12 fl oz | 0.354882 l |

3 fl oz | 0.088721 l | 13 fl oz | 0.384456 l |

4 fl oz | 0.118294 l | 14 fl oz | 0.414029 l |

5 fl oz | 0.147868 l | 15 fl oz | 0.443603 l |

6 fl oz | 0.177441 l | 16 fl oz | 0.473176 l |

7 fl oz | 0.207015 l | 17 fl oz | 0.50275 l |

8 fl oz | 0.236588 l | 18 fl oz | 0.532324 l |

9 fl oz | 0.266162 l | 19 fl oz | 0.561897 l |

10 fl oz | 0.295735 l | 20 fl oz | 0.591471 l |

## Related conversions

If you ever have any conversion questions, the baking conversion charts on the website are full of helpful information. Also, check these ounces conversions:

- How Many Ounces In A Teaspoon
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- How Many Ounces In A Cup
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- How Many Ounces In A Quart
- How Many Ounces In A Gallon

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## Conclusion

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## FAQ

**How many fluid ounces in a half liter**

There are 16.9 fluid ounces in a half liter.

**How many fluid ounces in a liter of water**

There are 33.8 fluid ounces in a liter of water.

**How many fluid ounces in 1.75 liters**

There are 59.2 fluid ounces in 1.75 liters.

**How many fluid ounces in a 2-liter bottle**

There are 67.6 fluid ounces in a 2-liter bottle.

**How many fluid ounces in 3 liters**

There are 101.4 fluid ounces in 3 liters.

**How many liters is 8 ounces**

8 fluid ounces equals 0.24 liters.

**How many liters in 16 ounces**

There are 0.47 liters in 16 fluid ounces.

**How many liters in 16.9 fl oz**

There are 0.5 liters in 16.9 fl oz.

**How many liters in 24 ounces**

There are 0.71 liters in 24 fluid ounces.

**32 oz equals how many liters**

32 fluid ounces equals 0.95 liters.

**How many liters in 40 ounces**

There are 1.18 liters in 40 fluid ounces.

**How many liters is 64 oz of water**

54 oz of water equals 1.89 liters.

**How many 16.9 fl oz water bottles equals 1 liter?**Since 16.9 fl oz equals half of a liter, two 16.9 fl oz water bottles make 1 liter.

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