## Convert Ml to Oz. One-click Ml2Oz converter

There are few things more frustrating that getting half way through a recipe to find half of the ingredients listed in milliliters instead of ounces – forcing you to wash off your hands, locate a phone and google a quick conversion – but why do we do use two different units of measurement in the USA?

In fact — the USA officially only uses the imperial system, making it only one of three countries in the world who aren’t using or taking steps towards converting to the “metric” system that is used by the vast majority of the world.

Due to this, most things you buy in the US will be listed with both the metric and imperial measurements – but when it comes to things such as cooking at home – any European, Mexican or Asian cookbooks, for example, will provide the measurement information in the metric system, potentially posing a dilemma for budding chefs who aren’t also a dab hand at mental arithmetic.

#### Where do Ounces Come from?

The use of the fluid ounce began in Scotland and England to measure wine, water and ale – however the size of the ounce tended to vary based on the system of fluid measure, creating a number of different “named” ounces including; the tower, troy and avoirdupois ounce.

The old system was flawed further, with the use of “allowances” which meant “a unit of measure was not necessarily equal to the sum of its parts” – due to an age-old-custom of allowing for the guessed weight of the package or packing materials.

In 1824 – to put a stop to the confusion — the British Parliament decided the “Imperial Gallon” would be equivalent to the volume of ten pounds of water. The imperial gallon can be divided into four equal parts – or quarts – that could be further divided into two pints, the pints into four gills and the gill into five ounces.

160 imperial fluid ounces make up one imperial gallon – therefore making an imperial fluid ounce of water equivalent to around 28.4g and later, after the introduction of liters, 28.4ml.

However, the American government decided to stick with the older measurement which was based on the old wine gallon used in England prior to changes in 1824 and contains around 231 cubic inches – this unit of measurement is now known as the “US gallon”. Due to this slight difference the US fluid ounce is around 4% larger than the imperial fluid ounce, measuring around 29.5ml rather than the imperial 28.4 – however, as the use of the imperial ounce around the world has decreased, the US gallon is often the measurement in question.

#### So why liters, centiliters and milliliters?

When reading recipe from outside of the US it is unlikely you will find anything not in the “metric” or “modern” system, however, milliliters and liters have been around a lot longer than the imperial system that is often considered to be the “old” form of measurement.

First derived in France in 1795, the liter was introduced as a new “republican unit of measurements” and equal to one cubic decimeter. One liter is the equivalent of the volume of a cube with 10cm sides – and the mass is almost exactly the same as a one kilogram.

Whilst the official system in the US is the United States customary units – which is primarily based on the imperial system – due to the use of the metric system in the majority of the rest of the world, most things will be listed with both measurements, including; speed, liquids, body weight and length.

#### What is the Easiest way to Convert OZ to ML?

You never know when you might need to convert OZ to ML – or the other way around – but it is a handy trick to have up your sleeve (especially if you spend a lot of time outside of the USA).

Once you know the conversion, you be able to make an educated guess on the conversion – even when you don’t have a calculator or Google to hand.

__0.0338140225589 ounces go into one milliliter – or one ounce is equivalent to 29.57 milliliters__. The easiest way to convert ounces to milliliters, is to round the ounce up from 29.57ml to 30ml – and multiply it by the number of ounces you have – this will let you know, give or take, approximately how many milliliters so many ounces is. Working it out the other way around can be a lot more difficult – rather than multiplying the number of oz by ml – you’ll need to divide it.

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## Convert Oz to Ml. One-click Oz2CM converter

There are few things more frustrating that getting half way through a recipe to find half of the ingredients listed in milliliters instead of ounces – forcing you to wash off your hands, locate a phone and google a quick conversion – but why do we do use two different units of measurement in the USA?

In fact — the USA officially only uses the imperial system, making it only one of three countries in the world who aren’t using or taking steps towards converting to the “metric” system that is used by the vast majority of the world.

Due to this, most things you buy in the US will be listed with both the metric and imperial measurements – but when it comes to things such as cooking at home – any European, Mexican or Asian cookbooks, for example, will provide the measurement information in the metric system, potentially posing a dilemma for budding chefs who aren’t also a dab hand at mental arithmetic.

#### Where do Ounces Come from?

The use of the fluid ounce began in Scotland and England to measure wine, water and ale – however the size of the ounce tended to vary based on the system of fluid measure, creating a number of different “named” ounces including; the tower, troy and avoirdupois ounce.

The old system was flawed further, with the use of “allowances” which meant “a unit of measure was not necessarily equal to the sum of its parts” – due to an age-old-custom of allowing for the guessed weight of the package or packing materials.

In 1824 – to put a stop to the confusion — the British Parliament decided the “Imperial Gallon” would be equivalent to the volume of ten pounds of water. The imperial gallon can be divided into four equal parts – or quarts – that could be further divided into two pints, the pints into four gills and the gill into five ounces.

160 imperial fluid ounces make up one imperial gallon – therefore making an imperial fluid ounce of water equivalent to around 28.4g and later, after the introduction of liters, 28.4ml.

However, the American government decided to stick with the older measurement which was based on the old wine gallon used in England prior to changes in 1824 and contains around 231 cubic inches – this unit of measurement is now known as the “US gallon”. Due to this slight difference the US fluid ounce is around 4% larger than the imperial fluid ounce, measuring around 29.5ml rather than the imperial 28.4 – however, as the use of the imperial ounce around the world has decreased, the US gallon is often the measurement in question.

#### So why liters, centiliters and milliliters?

When reading recipe from outside of the US it is unlikely you will find anything not in the “metric” or “modern” system, however, milliliters and liters have been around a lot longer than the imperial system that is often considered to be the “old” form of measurement.

First derived in France in 1795, the liter was introduced as a new “republican unit of measurements” and equal to one cubic decimeter. One liter is the equivalent of the volume of a cube with 10cm sides – and the mass is almost exactly the same as a one kilogram.

Whilst the official system in the US is the United States customary units – which is primarily based on the imperial system – due to the use of the metric system in the majority of the rest of the world, most things will be listed with both measurements, including; speed, liquids, body weight and length.

#### What is the Easiest way to Convert OZ to ML?

You never know when you might need to convert OZ to ML – or the other way around – but it is a handy trick to have up your sleeve (especially if you spend a lot of time outside of the USA).

Once you know the conversion, you be able to make an educated guess on the conversion – even when you don’t have a calculator or Google to hand.

__0.0338140225589 ounces go into one milliliter – or one ounce is equivalent to 29.57 milliliters__. The easiest way to convert ounces to milliliters, is to round the ounce up from 29.57ml to 30ml – and multiply it by the number of ounces you have – this will let you know, give or take, approximately how many milliliters so many ounces is. Working it out the other way around can be a lot more difficult – rather than multiplying the number of oz by ml – you’ll need to divide it.

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## Ounces to Milliliters [ water ] (oz to ml [ water ] ) Conversion

| This converter provides conversion of ounces to milliliters (oz to ml) and backwards. Enter ounces or milliliters for conversion: Select conversion type: Rounding options:
1 Ounce (oz) is a unit of Weight used in Standard system. Milliliter (ml) is a unit of Volume used in Metric system. Please note this is weight to volume conversion, this conversion is valid only for pure water at temperature 4 °C. | Related converters: Ounces to Carats (oz to ct) Report an error on this page |

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## Ounces to Grams converter (oz to g)

Grams to Ounces ►

### How to convert Ounces to Grams

1 ounce (oz) is equal to 28.34952 grams (g).

1 oz = 28.34952 g

The mass *m* in grams (g) is equal to the mass m in ounces (oz)

times 28.34952:

*m*_{(g)} = *m*_{(oz)} × 28.34952

##### Example

Convert 5 oz to grams:

*m*_{(g)} = 5 oz × 28.34952 = 141.7476 g

### Ounces to Grams conversion table

Ounces (oz) | Grams (g) | Kilograms+Grams (kg+g) |
---|---|---|

0 oz | 0 g | 0 kg 0 g |

0.1 oz | 2.835 g | 0 kg 2.835 g |

1 oz | 28.35 g | 0 kg 28.35 g |

2 oz | 56.70 g | 0 kg 56.70 g |

3 oz | 85.05 g | 0 kg 85.05 g |

4 oz | 113.40 g | 0 kg 113.40 g |

5 oz | 141.75 g | 0 kg 141.75 g |

6 oz | 170.10 g | 0 kg 170.10 g |

7 oz | 198.45 g | 0 kg 198.45 g |

8 oz | 226.80 g | 0 kg 226.80 g |

9 oz | 255.15 g | 0 kg 255.15 g |

10 oz | 283.50 g | 0 kg 283.50 g |

20 oz | 566.99 g | 0 kg 566.99 g |

30 oz | 850.49 g | 0 kg 850.49 g |

40 oz | 1133.98 g | 1 kg 133.98 g |

50 oz | 1417.48 g | 1 kg 417.48 g |

60 oz | 1700.97 g | 1 kg 700.97 g |

70 oz | 1984.47 g | 1 kg 984.47 g |

80 oz | 2267.96 g | 2 kg 267.96 g |

90 oz | 2551.46 g | 2 kg 551.46 g |

100 oz | 2834.95 g | 2 kg 834.95 g |

1000 oz | 28349.52 g | 28 kg 349.52 g |

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## Ounces (oz) to Cups conversion

How many cups are there in an ounce?

1 US fluid ounce is 1/8 of a US cup (there is 0.125 US cup in a US fluid ounce). 1 Imperial fluid ounce is 1/10 of an imperial cup (there is 0.1 imperial cup in an imperial fluid ounce). And also 1 imperial fluid ounce is 0.113 metric cup.

Please note that, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and a few other commonwealth countries use the metric cups (250 mL) today. But if you need the fluid ounces to cups conversion from the old recipes (pre-1970s), then you may still need the use the capacities from the imperial cups.

If you would like to find out how many cups in «x» ounces and compare the values in the conversion table, please check cups to ounces converter page.

How to convert from ounces to cups?

To convert from ounces to cups, multiply the number of ounces «x» by 0.125 for US cup, multiply by 0.1 for the imperial cup and multiply by 0.113 for the metric cup in UK.

For example, to find out how many cups there are in 16 US fluid ounces, multiply 16 by 0.125, that makes 2 cups in 16 US fluid ounces.

You may also use this volume units conversion tool to convert between US, imperial, metric cups and fluid ounces.

What is a fluid ounce (fl oz)?

*Fluid ounce* is an imperial and US Customary measurement system volume unit. 1 US fluid ounce equals to 29.5735 mL and 1 imperial (UK) fluid ounce equals to 28.4131 mL. The abbreviation is «**fl oz**«.

If you would like to find out how many milliliters (mL) in «x» fluid ounces and compare the values in the conversion table, please check ounces to mL converter page.

What is a cup?

*Cup* is a US Customary and metric system volume unit (imperial cups are no longer in use today except the old recipes). 1 US cup equals to 236.5 mL. UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand now use the metric cups (250 mL). The abbreviation is «**c**«.

The list for your reference:

**1 US Fluid Ounce = 0.125 (1/8) US Cup****1 Imperial Fluid Ounce = 0.1 (1/10) Imperial Cup (UK)****1 Imperial Fluid Ounce = 0.113 Metric Cup**

__For US Fluid Ounces & Cups:__

1 fl oz = 1/8 US cup

2 fl oz = 1/4 US cup

4 fl oz = 1/2 US cup

8 fl oz = 1 US cup

12 fl oz = 3/2 US cup

16 fl oz = 2 US cup

20 fl oz = 5/2 US cup

__For Imperial Fluid Ounces & Cups:__

2.5 imperial fl oz = 1/4 imperial cup

5 imperial fl oz = 1/2 imperial cup

10 imperial fl oz = 1 imperial cup

15 imperial fl oz = 3/2 imperial cup

20 imperial fl oz = 2 imperial cup

25 imperial fl oz = 5/2 imperial cup

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