# chemistry

400 cm^3 = how many Ls
and 400 cm^3 = how many m^3s

the last tutor that helped me didn't break these two down clearly

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1. I broke it down in detail in my response. Look at the original post. If you can't find, perhaps I can and reprint it for you at this post.

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