When you’re looking at the number of cups in a liter, it’s important to think about what you’re measuring. A liter is a unit of volume used to measure liquids, while a cup measures volume in solids. The two are not interchangeable, so if you want to know how many cups are in a liter, you need to know what it is you’re measuring and how many cups that equals.

For example, if you want to know how many cups of water are in 1.5 liters, then follow these steps:

First, convert the number of liters into moles by dividing by 100. For example, 1.5 liters divided by 100 results in a mole fraction of 0.015 (1 divided by 100 + 5 divided by 100).

Next multiply this mole fraction by the number of moles per mole (1 mole per mole). In this case there is one mole of water for every 17 grams, or 0.0522 moles per mol (1 mol/17 g). This gives us 1 x 0.0522 moles = 0.0522 moles of water in 1 liter of water – which means we have 0.

Last modified: August 18, 2022