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Quart to ml - ml to Quart, Pint to ml - ml to Pint

Convert Quart to Milliliter (qt to ml), Milliliter to Quart (ml to qt), Pint to milliLiter (pt to ml), milliLiter to Pint (ml to pt)

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Formula for Quart to ml - ml to Quart , Pint to ml - ml to Pint Conversion

How many Quarts to ml (qt to ml)

1 Quart = 946.35 ml

How many ml to Quart (ml to qt)

1 MilliLiter = 0.001 qt

How many Pint to ml (pt to ml)

1 Pint = 473.18 ml

How many ml to Pint (ml to pt)

1 MilliLiter = 0.002 pints

Overview of Fluid Measure Converters

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  • Gallon: The gallon is a unit of volume used to measure liquids. There are two types of gallons: the imperial gallon and the US gallon.
  • The imperial gallon is equal to 4.546 liters, while the US gallon is equal to 3.785 liters.
  • The gallon is a relatively large unit of volume, and is typically used to measure large quantities of liquids, such as gasoline, milk, and water.
  • Liter: The liter is the base unit of volume in the International System of Units (SI).
  • One liter is equal to 1000 cubic centimeters.
  • The liter is a versatile unit of volume, and is used to measure a wide variety of liquids, including water, milk, juice, and soft drinks.
  • Quart: The quart is a unit of volume equal to one-fourth of a gallon. There are two types of quarts: the imperial quart and the US quart.
  • The imperial quart is equal to 1.136 liters, while the US quart is equal to 0.946 liters.
  • The quart is a convenient unit of volume for measuring moderate quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, and soup.
  • Pint: The pint is a unit of volume equal to one-half of a quart. There are two types of pints: the imperial pint and the US pint.
  • The imperial pint is equal to 0.568 liters, while the US pint is equal to 0.473 liters.
  • The pint is a convenient unit of volume for measuring small quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, and beer.
  • Cup: The cup is a unit of volume equal to eight fluid ounces. There are two types of cups: the customary cup and the metric cup.
  • The customary cup is equal to 236.59 milliliters, while the metric cup is equal to 250 milliliters.
  • The cup is a convenient unit of volume for measuring small quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, and coffee.
  • Fluid ounce: The fluid ounce (fl oz) is a unit of volume equal to one-eighth of a cup. There are two types of fluid ounces: the customary fluid ounce and the metric fluid ounce.
  • The customary fluid ounce is equal to 29.573 milliliters, while the metric fluid ounce is equal to 30 milliliters.
  • The fluid ounce is a convenient unit of volume for measuring small quantities of liquids, such as cooking oil and syrup.
  • Tablespoon: The tablespoon (tbsp) is a unit of volume equal to three teaspoons or roughly 1/2 fluid ounce. There are two types of tablespoons: the customary tablespoon and the metric tablespoon.
  • The customary tablespoon is equal to 14.787 milliliters, while the metric tablespoon is equal to 15 milliliters.
  • The tablespoon is a convenient unit of volume for measuring small quantities of liquids, such as cooking oil and vinegar.
  • Teaspoon: The teaspoon (tsp) is a unit of volume equal to one-third of a tablespoon.
  • There are two types of teaspoons: the customary teaspoon and the metric teaspoon. The customary teaspoon is equal to 4.9289 milliliters, while the metric teaspoon is equal to 5 milliliters.
  • The teaspoon is a convenient unit of volume for measuring very small quantities of liquids, such as medicine and vanilla extract.
  • Milliliter: The milliliter (mL) is a unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter.
  • The milliliter is a small unit of volume, and is typically used to measure precise quantities of liquids, such as medicine and laboratory samples.
Here are some other interesting facts about fluid measures:
  • The gallon is named after the Old French word "galon," which means "large vessel."
  • The liter is named after the Greek word "litra," which means "weight."
  • The quart is named after the Latin word "quartus," which means "fourth."
  • The pint is named after the Latin word "pinta," which means "painted vessel."
  • The cup is named after the Old English word "cuppe," which means "vessel."
  • The fluid ounce is named after the Latin words "fluidus" and "uncia," which mean "liquid" and "twelfth," respectively.
  • The tablespoon is named after the fact that it is typically used to measure spoonfuls of liquid.
  • The teaspoon is named after the fact that it is typically used to measure spoonfuls of liquid.
  • The milliliter is named after the Latin words "mille" and "litra," which mean "thousand" and "weight," respectively.

Usage and Comparison of Quart Pint Ml and Other Fluid Measurements

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Here are some specific examples of how these fluid measures are used in different contexts:
  • Fluid measures are used in recipes to measure the ingredients that go into food. For example, a recipe for chocolate chip cookies might call for 1 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of butter, and 1/4 cup of chocolate chips.
  • Fluid measures are also used in baking recipes to measure the liquids that go into baked goods, such as water, milk, and oil. For example, a recipe for bread might call for 1 cup of warm water, 1/4 cup of sugar, and 1 tablespoon of yeast.
  • Fluid measures are used to measure the ingredients in drinks, such as water, juice, and milk. For example, a bartender might mix a cocktail with 2 ounces of tequila, 1 ounce of lime juice, and 1/2 ounce of orange liqueur.
  • Fluid measures are used to measure the dosage of liquid medications. For example, a child might be prescribed 5 milliliters of ibuprofen syrup every 6 hours.
  • Fluid measures are used in scientific experiments to measure the volume of liquids. For example, a scientist might use a graduated cylinder to measure the volume of water that is displaced by a rock.
Here is a brief comparison table of different units of liquid measures:
UnitVolume (in milliliters)Usage
Gallon3785 (US gallon), 4546 (imperial gallon)Measuring large quantities of liquids, such as gasoline, milk, and water.
Liter1000Measuring a wide variety of liquids, including water, milk, juice, and soft drinks.
Quart946 (US quart), 1136 (imperial quart)Measuring moderate quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, and soup.
Pint473 (US pint), 568 (imperial pint)Measuring small quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, and beer.
Cup236.59 (customary cup), 250 (metric cup)Measuring small quantities of liquids, such as milk, juice, water and coffee.
Fluid ounce29.573 (customary fluid ounce), 30 (metric fluid ounce)Measuring small quantities of liquids, such as cooking oil and syrup.
Tablespoon14.787 (customary tablespoon), 15 (metric tablespoon)Measuring small quantities of liquids, such as syrups, cooking preservatives, medicines, cooking ingredients like oil
Teaspoon4.9289 (customary teaspoon), 5 (metric teaspoon)Measuring very small quantities of liquids, such as medicine, cooking ingredients, syrups
Milliliter1Measuring precise quantities of liquids, such as medicine and laboratory samples.

Quart to ml - Pint to ml Conversion Table

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Quart (qt) Pints (Pt) Milliliter(ml)

0.25 qt

0.5 pt 236.59 ml

0.5 qt

1 pt 473.18 ml

0.75 qt

1.5 pt 709.76 ml

1 qt

2 pt 946.35 ml

1.5 qt

3 pt 1419.53 ml

2 qt

4 pt 1892.71 ml

2.5 qt

5 pt 2365.88 ml

3 qt

6 pt 2839.06 ml

3.4 qt

6.8 pt 3217.60 ml

4 qt

8 pt 3785.41 ml

4.5 qt

9 pt 4258.59 ml

5 qt

10 pt 4731.76 ml

6 qt

12 pt 5678.12 ml

7 qt

14 pt 6624.47 ml

8 qt

16 pt 7570.82 ml

9 qt

18 pt 8517.18 ml

10 qt

20 pt 9463.53 ml

15 qt

30 pt 14195.30 ml

25 qt

50 pt 23658.82 ml

50 qt

100 pt 47317.65 ml

75 qt

150 pt 70976.47 ml

100 qt

200 pt 94635.30 ml

ml to Quart - ml to Pint Conversion Table

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Milliliter(ml) Quart (qt) Pints (Pt)
1 ml 0.001 qt 0.002 pt
5 ml 0.005 qt 0.011 pt
10 ml 0.011 qt 0.021 pt
25 ml 0.026 qt 0.053 pt
50 ml 0.053 qt 0.106 pt
75 ml 0.079 qt 0.159 pt
100 ml 0.106 qt 0.211 pt
150 ml 0.159 qt 0.317 pt
200 ml 0.211 qt 0.423 pt
250 ml 0.264 qt 0.528 pt
300 ml 0.317 qt 0.634 pt
350 ml 0.370 qt 0.740 pt
400 ml 0.423 qt 0.845 pt
450 ml 0.476 qt 0.951 pt
500 ml 0.528 qt 1.057 pt
600 ml 0.634 qt 1.268 pt
700 ml 0.740 qt 1.479 pt
750 ml 0.793 qt 1.585 pt
800 ml 0.845 qt 1.691 pt
900 ml 0.951 qt 1.902 pt
1000 ml 1.057 qt 2.113 pt
2000 ml 2.113 qt 4.227 pt
5000 ml 5.283 qt 10.567 pt
10000 ml 10.567 qt 21.134 pt

Frequently Asked Questions on Quart, Pint, Milliliter and other Liquid Measure Converters

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  • A capacity is defined as the amount of liquid a container can take. For eg , capacity of a typical water truck can be specified as 4000 gallons or 15000+liters. Volume is the actual space occupied by an object. Volume is applicable for all 3 - liquid, solids and gas. Capacity is only with respect to liquid in a container.

  • The standard metric system (SI unit)of units to measure capacity is Liter (l) and Milliliter (ml). In imperial, US system of measurement ,there are different units followed namely Gallon, Pint, Quart, Cup and Fluid Ounce.

  • Gallon, Quart, Pint, Liter / Milliliter, Pint, Fluid Ounce, Cup, Tablespoon, Teaspoon.

  • Gallon - It is used for very large measures like a huge gallon of gasoline tank with capacity of 10000 gallons, or 2000 gallons of water truck. Liter - It is a metric standard measure. Most countries specify in liters - ranging from 0.25L to 100's of liters like 25000 liter capacity water truck. Quart - These are smaller measures and pertaining to a milk bottle, coke / juice or Water bottles. Pint- Smaller than quart- A pint of milk (a large cup or 2 cups. A pint of juice or beer is common. Cup - Part of Cooking measurements- 1-2 cups of water, cup of vegetables, a cup of sugar and so on... Fluid Ounce, Teaspoon / Tablespoon - Largely used in very small measurements , in cooking , medicines , chemical processing / labs.

  • A Quart is bigger than Pint. 1 Quart = 2 Pints.

  • 0.5 quarts in a pint.

  • Quart is much bigger than milliLiter. Quart is slighly smaller than Liter. 1 Quart = 946.35 mL . 1 Quart = 0.946 Liter. 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon. 3.78 Liter = 1 Gallon

  • 473.18 ml in a pint.

  • 946.35 ml in a quart or which is 0.94 liters in a quart.

  • 0.25 quarts in a cup. 1 quart is 4 cups.

  • 0.5 pint is a cup. 1 pint is 2 cups.

  • 8 ounces make a cup

  • 2 tablespoons in an ounce

  • 16 tablespoon make a cup.

  • 4 teaspoons in a tablespoon.

  • 1 teaspoon = 5 ml (4.93). 1 tablespoon = 15 ml (14.79). 1 cooking cup = 250 ml.

  • 0.793 quarts

  • 1892.71 ml

  • 946.35 ml

  • 2839.06 ml

  • 3785.41 ml

  • 1419.53 ml

  • 1040.99 ml

  • 2365.88 ml

  • 946.353 ml

  • 0.845 quarts

  • quarts x 946.36 = milliliters

  • 1 qt = 946.352946 ml

  • 3312.24 ml

  • 1 Quart is equal to 946.35294599999 Milliliter. 1 quart = 946.35294599999 mL

  • 709.76 ml

  • 0.106 quarts

  • 1 US quarts to ml = 946.35295 ml

  • 0.793 quarts

  • quart of oil is 946.353 ml

  • quart of paint is 946.353 ml

  • 1/4 US cups to mL = 59.15 mL

  • quart of ice cream (1.5 quarts) is 1419.53 ml

  • 0.793 pints

  • 1.585 pints

  • 236.59 ml

  • 473.18 ml

  • 1.057 pints

  • 0.423 pints

  • 946.35 ml

  • 0.528 pints

  • 0.634 pints

  • A pint is 16 US fluid ounces (473 ml). 1 pt (US) = 473.176473 mL