How many milliliters (mL) in a quart?
There are three types of quarts, US Customary fluid and dry quarts and the Imperial quart. So, depending on what types of quarts are used, the answer to the question of how many milliliters in a quart might be different. If you are converting from US fluid quarts to mL, then there are 946.352946 mL in a quart.
In this converter page, the tables and the converter is based on the US Customary fluid quarts and milliliters.
Here is the list of conversion factors from quarts to mL:
- 1 US fluid quart = 946.352946 mL
- 1 US dry quart = 1101.22095 mL
- 1 Imperial quart = 1136.5225 mL
How to convert quarts to milliliters?
To convert from quarts to milliliters (mL), multiply the quart value by the conversion factor. For example, if converting from US fluid quart to mL, then multiply the quart value by 946.352946.
For example, to find out how many milliliters there are in 2 US fluid quarts, multiply 946.352946 by 2, that makes 1892.705 mL in 2 quarts.
US fluid quarts to mL formula
mL = US fluid quart * 946.352946
To convert between imperial quarts and mL, please visit imperial quarts to mL.
How to convert milliliters (mL) to quarts?
1 Milliliter (mL) is equal to 0.0010566882 quart. To convert mL to quarts, multiply the mL value by 0.0010566882 or divide by 946.352946.
mL to US fluid quarts formula
US fluid quart = mL * 0.0010566882
US fluid quart = mL / 946.352946
What is a Quart?
Quart is an imperial and United States Customary measurement systems volume unit. 1 US fluid quart = 946.352946 mL. 1 Imperial quart = 1136.5225 mL. The symbol is "qt".
To convert from US fluid, dry quarts and UK quarts to milliliters, please visit all volume units conversion.