Quarts to liters (litres) conversion factors are listed below. To find out how many liters in quarts, multiply the quart value by the conversion factor.
1 Quart [Fluid, US] = 0.946352946 Liter
1 Quart [Dry, US] = 1.10122095 Liter
1 Quart [UK] = 1.1365225 Liters
For example, to find out how many liters of water or milk there are in one and a half (1 1/2) US quarts, multiply the quart value by the conversion factor, (1.5) * 0.946352946 = 1.42 liters of water or milk.
For your information, 1 US quart of water weighs about 2.08 lbs or 33.38 ounces or 0.946 kilograms (1 kilogram equals to 1 liter of water by definition). 1 US quart of milk weighs about 2.15 pounds, or 34.4 ounces or 0.975 kilograms (it can be a bit lighter or heavier based on the fat percentage).
UK quarts are larger than the rest of them, so the heaviest. 1 UK quart of water weighs 2.5 lbs or 40 ounces or about 1.1365 kilograms. 1 UK (imperial) quart of milk weighs about 2.575 pounds, or 41.2 ounces or 1.17 kilograms (it can be a bit lighter or heavier based on the fat percentage).
Quart is an imperial and US customary volume unit. There is one type of quart in imperial system and 2 types (liquid and dry) in US customary system. The abbreviation is "qt".
Liter is a volume unit which equals to 1 cubic decimeter. 1 liter of water has a mass about 1 kilogram. The abbreviation is "L".