### Definition of Liters

1. Noun. (plural of liter) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Liters

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### 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), ..."