¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Liters

**1.** liter [n] - See also: liter

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Liters

### Literary usage of Liters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Gaseous Exchange and Physiological Requirements for Level and Grade Walking* by Henry Monmouth Smith (1922)

"With HRR the ventilation per minute ranged from 12.1 **liters** for the first period
on March 20 to 6.5 **liters** for the third period on April 17. ..."**2.** *Food Consumption Parameters for Brazil and Their Application to Food Policy* by Cheryl Williamson Gray (1982)

"This assumes that 10.5 metric tons of cane or 6.25 metric tons of cassava are
converted for every 1.000 **liters** of ethanol. c This assumes that land in ..."**3.** *Chemical Arithmetic and Calculation of Furnace Charges* by Regis Chauvenet (1912)

"20 **liters** of hydrogen are burnt in 50 **liters** of air. Water aside, what are the
residual gases and their volumes? Ans. 50 **liters** air contain 39.5 **liters** ..."**4.** *Chemical Arithmetic and Calculation of Furnace Charges* by Regis Chauvenet (1912)

"Ans. 50 **liters** air contain 39.5 **liters** nitrogen, and 10.5 **liters** oxygen. ...
+ 2HC1 = 44.8 **liters**. 14. Write out all the volumes of the following reactions, ..."**5.** *Principles of Chemistry* by Joel Henry Hildebrand (1918)

"32 g. of O2 occupy 44.8 **liters** at 273° A. and 0.5 atm. ... Example: What is the
weight of 50 **liters** of CO2 measured at 25°C. and 3 atm.? At 273° and 1 atm. ..."**6.** *The Calorific Power of Fuels: With a Collection of Auxiliary Tables and* by Herman Poole (1918)

"These 932 **liters** combined with carbon to form carbon monoxide will have a volume
of 1864 ... Multiplying 932 **liters** by the coefficient 4.77 (see Table 17), ..."