In liquid measurements, a cc, which is usually capitalised, denotes a cubic centimetre. A cubic centimetre can be used to determine the volume of any substance, not simply liquids. This unit, which is part of the contemporary metric system, is equivalent to one millilitre.
A cubic centimetre can be written as cm3 as well. 1 U.S. fluid ounce is equivalent to 25.97 cubic centimetres, hence 1 cubic centimetre is equal to 0.03 U.S. fluid ounce. A pint is equivalent to 473.18 cubic centimetres. There are 1,000 cubic centimetres in 1 litre and 1 million cubic centimetres in 1 cubic metre, which is typically denoted by the unit symbol 1 m3.