Convert milliliters to centiliters 

The calculator allows you to convert ml to cl. Perform the reverse calculation: convert centiliters to milliliters 
1 milliliter = 0.1 centiliter 
Ml and clMilliliters and Centiliters are both units of measurement for volume, and they are related as follows: 1 milliliter (ml) is equal to 0.1 centiliter (cl). This means that to convert from ml to cl, you need to divide the value in ml by 10.To convert milliliters (mL) to centiliters (cL), you can use the following conversion formula: cL = mL / 10 In this formula, you simply divide the number of milliliters by 10 to get the equivalent number of centiliters. For example, if you have 250 mL of liquid and you want to know how many centiliters that is, you would use the formula: cL = 250 mL / 10 cL = 25 So 250 mL is equivalent to 25 cL. ExamplesFor example, if you have 15 ml of liquid, the conversion to cl would be:15 ml / 10 = 1.5 cl Therefore, 15 milliliters is equal to 1.5 centiliters. We can take another example: convert 500 ml to cl. To convert ml to cl, we divide by 10 because there are 10 milliliters in one centiliter. So, to convert 500 ml to cl, we divide 500 by 10: 500 ml / 10 = 50 cl Therefore, 500 milliliters is equal to 50 centiliters. MillilitersA milliliter (ml) is a unit of measurement for volume that is equal to onethousandth of a liter. The prefix "milli" means one thousandth, so a milliliter is equivalent to 0.001 liter. Milliliters are commonly used to measure small quantities of liquid.CentilitersA centiliter (cl) is a unit of measurement for volume that is equal to onehundredth of a liter. The prefix "centi" means one hundredth, so a centiliter is equivalent to 0.01 liter or 10 milliliters. Centiliters are commonly used to measure small quantities of liquid, such as for cooking or in laboratory experiments.A conversion table for milliliters (mL) to centiliters (cL)
To use this table, simply find the number of milliliters you want to convert in the lefthand column, and then read the corresponding number of centiliters in the righthand column. For example, if you want to convert 9 milliliters to centiliters, you would look in the lefthand column for the row that says "9", and then read across to the righthand column to find that 9 milliliters is equal to 0.9 centiliters. 