# Cubic Feet to Milliliters Calculator

**Conversion of units** is neither a **simple** task nor a **difficult** one when you have an idea about the **interconnection** between **two units**. But when it comes to **converting** **two units** with **different use**, it becomes harder. For example, if you want to convert **cubic feet to milliliters**, it will be a difficult task because the **first unit** is used to measure the **solids** while the **latter** is used for **liquids**.

To make this process simpler, more accurate, and fast, you can use **cubic feet to milliliters** calculator. This is a handy tool designed for this conversion only. You can easily use the Maths calculator even when you don’t have extensive **knowledge** of the subject. This tool will **get the measurement** you want to **convert** and instantly **convert** it into the **concerned unit**. Want to know more about it? Keep reading!

**Table of Contents**

## What is Milliliter?

It is a **smaller unit** of a **US customary unit** called **Liter**. If **one liter** is divided into **1000 parts**, every part will be called a **milliliter**. This **unit** is normally **used** to **measure** the number of **chemicals** that are used in very **small proportions**.

To represent a measurement in this unit, “**ml**” is used just beside the number showing the measurement. If we want to show **25 in milliliters**, it will be written as “**25 ml**”. Because of its **smaller nature**, it is not used in **daily routine** but it is used particularly in **laboratories** and other sectors of this type.

### What is a Cubic Foot?

A **cubic foot** is a unit used to **measure the size** of small cubes like **boxes** and **figures**. This is also a **US customary** unit that is used widely in that region only. The cubic feet is defined as the **volume of a cube** that has **lengths** of all **sides **equal to **1 foot**.

In simple words, if a **cube** has a **length** of 1 foot, a **width** of 1 foot, and a **height** of 1 foot, its volume will be called **1 cubic foot**. To show this unit as the measurement of a specific box, we put “ft^{3}” on the right side of the number showing the measurement.

### Cubic Feet to Milliliters

To understand the conversion between cubic feet to milliliters, it is important to know the relationship between these two units. Here is the relationship between these two units:

1 ft^{3}= 28316.85 ml

It can also be written as:

1 ml = 0.0000353 ft^{3}

### Cubic Feet to Milliliters table

Here is a table of conversion in which we have discussed some measurements taken in cubic feet and their answers after the conversion in milliliters.

Cubic Feet |
Milliliters |

1 | 28316 |

5 | 141584 |

10 | 283168 |

20 | 566336 |

50 | 1415842 |

100 | 2831685 |

### How to Calculate Cubic Feet to Milliliters?

To calculate Cubic feet to milliliters, we only have to use the above-given relationships. Here are some examples that you should look for a better understanding of.

**Example 1:**

Convert 12 cubic feet to milliliters

**Solution:**

As we know,

1 ft^{3}= 28316.85 ml

So,

12 ft^{3}= 12 x 28316.85 ml

= 141584.2 ml

**Example 2:**

Convert 253268 milliliters to cubic feet.

**Solution:**

We know that

1 ml = 0.0000353 ft^{3}

So,

253268 ml = 0.0000353 x 253268 ft^{3}

= 8.9441 ft^{3}

### How to use cubic feet to milliliters calculator?

With the above examples, you have learned how to convert cubic feet to milliliters. If you still find it hard, you can use this calculator in Calculator’s Bag. Here are the steps that need to be followed.

- Enter the measurement given in cubic feet
- The tool will automatically show the measurement in milliliters

### FAQ | Cubic feet to milliliters

**How many milliliters is a cubic foot?**

In cubic feet, around 28316 milliliters are included.

**What is the size of 1 milliliter? **

1 milliliter is the 1000th part of a liter.

**Which is bigger, a liter or a milliliter?**

A liter is a bigger unit than a milliliter. A milliliter is the 1000th part of a liter.

**How many milliliters does it take to make a gallon?**

In a gallon, around 3785 milliliters are included.