# Ounces to ml / ml to Ounces

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## Ounces and ml conversion charts

US Fluid Ounces | Milliliters |
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1 fl oz | 29.57 ml |

2 fl oz | 59.15 ml |

3 fl oz | 88.72 ml |

4 fl oz | 118.29 ml |

5 fl oz | 147.87 ml |

6 fl oz | 177.44 ml |

7 fl oz | 207.01 ml |

8 fl oz | 236.59 ml |

9 fl oz | 266.16 ml |

10 fl oz | 295.74 ml |

20 fl oz | 591.47 ml |

30 fl oz | 887.21 ml |

40 fl oz | 1182.94 ml |

50 fl oz | 1478.68 ml |

60 fl oz | 1774.41 ml |

70 fl oz | 2070.15 ml |

80 fl oz | 2365.88 ml |

90 fl oz | 2661.62 ml |

100 fl oz | 2957.35 ml |

Note: conversions are rounded to maximum 2 decimal places. |

Milliliters | US Fluid Ounces |
---|---|

10 ml | 0.34 fl oz |

50 ml | 1.69 fl oz |

100 ml | 3.38 fl oz |

150 ml | 5.07 fl oz |

200 ml | 6.76 fl oz |

250 ml | 8.45 fl oz |

300 ml | 10.14 fl oz |

350 ml | 11.83 fl oz |

400 ml | 13.53 fl oz |

450 ml | 15.22 fl oz |

500 ml | 16.91 fl oz |

550 ml | 18.6 fl oz |

600 ml | 20.29 fl oz |

650 ml | 21.98 fl oz |

700 ml | 23.67 fl oz |

750 ml | 25.36 fl oz |

Note: conversions are rounded to maximum 2 decimal places. |

## How many ml are in an ounce?

**One US fluid ounce is equal to 29.5735295625 milliliters**. One British fluid ounce is equal to 28.413064262467 millilitres.

## 16 oz to ml

The number of milliliters in 16 fluid ounces depends on which fluid ounce unit you are measuring with. **For US fluid ounces**, 16 ounces equate to
473.2ml (or 1 US pint or 2 US cups). **For British fluid ounces**,
which are slightly smaller, 16 ounces equate to 454.6ml.

### 16 US fluid ounces to ml

### 16 British fluid ounces to ml

## How many ounces are in a milliliter?

One milliliter is equal to 0.033814 US fluid ounces. This means that 50ml is equal to 1.69 fluid ounces and 100ml is equal to 3.38 fluid ounces.

## 500ml to ounces

500ml converts to 16.91 US fluid ounces or 17.6 British Imperial fluid ounces. This conversion is for fluid ounces and not dry ounces.

The fluid ounce is used to measure volume, where-as the dry ounce is used to measure weight. So, if you're trying to measure the
**weight** of a bottle of drink or an ingredient, you'll need to factor in the density of the substance in order to get a weight figure.
For reference, a 500ml bottle
of water weighs around 17.64 ounces (500g) and a 500ml bottle of milk weighs around 18.25 ounces.

## 750ml to ounces

750ml converts to 25.36 US fluid ounces or 26.4 British Imperial fluid ounces. Remember that US fluid ounces are slightly larger than British fluid ounces.

## How to convert ounces to milliliters

**
To convert US fluid ounces to milliliters, multiply your fluid ounces figure by 29.5735. If you're referencing British Imperial fluid ounces,
multiply your figure by 28.4131 instead. The US fluid ounce is slightly larger than its British Imperial counterpart.
**

The fact that the there are two different volumetric measurements of fluid ounce may cause miscalculation, so its best to make sure you know which one you're referencing.

Although most units of volume in the US system are smaller than their corresponding units in the
British system, the fluid ounce is an exception. The US fluid ounce is larger than the British fluid ounce because the British quart is
divided into 40 fluid ounces, whereas the US quart is divided into only 32 fluid ounces.
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The formula for converting US fluid ounces to milliliters looks like this:

## How to convert milliliters to ounces

**
To convert milliliters to US fluid ounces, divide your milliliters figure by 29.5735. If you're referencing British Imperial fluid ounces,
divide your figure by 28.4131 instead.
**

## Other Cooking Units

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Calculator created by Alastair Hazell.### References

- NIST Handbook 44. 2019. Specifications, Tolerances, and Other Technical Requirements for Weighing and Measuring Devices. Appendix B – Units and Systems of Measurement. B-8.
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Guidelines for Determining Metric Equivalents of Household Measures. October 1993.