Conversion list from Imperial Fluid Ounces to Millilitres
=== by Bob Sutherland ===
Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts imperial fluid ounces to millilitres.
Ounce is a term that has been overused in the history of measurement. Different countries, languages and regions of the world have developed different meanings for the word ounce. There are troy ounces to measure the weight of precious metals and avoirdupois ounces to measure the weight of just about everything else. In Canada and Britain we have imperial fluid ounces to measure the volume of liquids. The United States has a slightly larger fluid ounce but much smaller gallon for measuring the volume of liquids.
160 imperial fluid ounces = 1 imperial gallon
40 imperial fluid ounces = 1 imperial quart
20 imperial fluid ounces = 1 imperial pint
10 imperial fluid ounces = 1 imperial cup
1 imperial fluid ounce 1.804688 cubic inches
Historically the weight of 1 avoirdupois ounce of water (28.35 grams) was defined as having a volume of 1 imperial fluid ounce. Today the relationship is still fairly accurate.
1 imperial fluid ounce = 28.4130625 mL exactly
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