Liquids take the form or shape of the container they are stored in.
Unit for measurement
A \(litre\) is a unit of measurement used to express the volume of liquid. For example, \(1\ - litre\) milk packet, \(20\ litres\) water can and so on. Other units are \(millilitre\) (\(ml\)), \(centilitre\) (\(cl\)), and \(kilolitre\) (\(kl\)).
A liquid may be poured into a graduated container to easily determine its exact volume.
Do you know?
An average adult has \(5\) to \(6\ litres\) of blood in his body. However, depending on their age, the amount varies from person to person.