According to the Exploratorium’s measurement guide, two litres is roughly equivalent to half a gallon or eight cups. The conversion from litres to U.S. customary gallons is accomplished by multiplying the number of litres by 0.264. The exact equivalency is 0.52 ounces per gallon.
1 litre is equivalent to 4 cups for both dry and liquid materials when converting metric measures to U.S. customary measurements. This quantity is multiplied by two to convert 2 litres. The standard volume measurement in the metric system is the litre. A millilitre corresponds to one thousandth of a litre. Small amounts are measured in millilitres. A kiloliter is equal to one thousand litres. Kiloliters are utilised for measuring big volumes.