# Liters to cubic decimeters (L to dm³)

volume conversions » liter conversions » L to dm³## Liters to cubic decimeters conversion table (chart)

The conversion table to the right is a default, short version of the liters to cubic decimeters conversion table. You also have an option to create the liters to cubic decimeters conversion table for the specific values you need. You can choose the initial value (in liters), the increment and the number of rows you want to show up in the conversion table.To create your customized liters to cubic decimeters conversion table, click on the 'create conversion table' button.

liter (L) | cubic decimeter (dm³) |

10 | 10 |

20 | 20 |

30 | 30 |

40 | 40 |

50 | 50 |

60 | 60 |

70 | 70 |

80 | 80 |

## Conversion Formula

By using the online converter calculator on this page, you can calculate how many cubic decimeters are in 'X' liters (X is the number of liters you want to convert to cubic decimeters). In order to convert a value from liters to cubic decimeters (from L to dm³) simply type the number of liters to be converted to cubic decimeters and then click on the 'convert' button. The formula used for converting a specific value from liters to cubic decimeters is:

X liters * cf = Y cubic decimeters

where

X = the specific value to be converted (in liters)

cf = the conversion factor from liters to cubic decimeters

Y = the result (in cubic decimeters)

*Example*

Let's suppose that you have a value of volume of 713 liters and want to express it in cubic decimeters.

713 L = (713 × 1) dm³

713 L = 713 dm³

## Conversion factor

1 liter is equal to 1 cubic decimeter

(1 L = 1 dm³ )

## Related topics

- To convert from liters to any other volume unit, go to convert from liters
- To convert from a unit of volume other than liter, go to all volume conversions
- If you want to do the reverse unit conversion from
**cubic decimeters to liters**, go to convert cubic decimeters to liters