Volume, or capacity or volume, is the amount of space an object occupies. International system of units
The international system of units of volume is the cubic meter. The volume of a solid object is a numerical value used to describe the space occupied by the object in three-dimensional space. One dimensional objects (such as lines) and two-dimensional objects (such as squares) are zero volume in three-dimensional space. Capacity, often refers to the volume of an object. The metric unit of capacity is liter. Capacity also refers to the number of unit objects that an object or space can hold. Now it is widely used in computer hard disk, battery and other reserves measurement.
Volume and capacity conversion: Cubic meter, hectoliter, Cubic dm, liter, deciliter, centiliter, cubic centimeter (Cubic) Cm), milliliter, Cubic millimeter, Barrel, Bushel, Peck, Quart, Pint, Gallon, Ounces Interchange between Ounce), dram, Minim, Cubic yard, Cubic foot, and Cubic inch.
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