Note that 2 liters are equal to 67.628 fluid ounces. Notice that we are using fluid ounces instead of ounces because an ounce is a unit of weight whereas liters is a unit of volume. On the other hand, a fluid ounce is indeed a unit of volume so the conversion makes sense.

**Two Types of Fluid Ounces:**

Note that the above conversion is valid assuming that we wish to convert to the US fluid ounces. There are two types of fluid ounces – US Fluid Ounce units and the UK/Imperial Fluid Ounce units. The imperial ounce unit is widely used in the UK and other commonwealth countries.

If we want to express 2 liters in terms of imperial fluid ounces then 2 liters is equal to 70.39 imperial fluid ounces.

**Converting liters to US Fluid Ounces and vice versa: **

- In order to convert liters to US Fluid Ounces, we must multiply the volume value by 33.814. So as mentioned above we can convert 2 liters to ounces. 2 \text{ liters } = 2\times 33.814 \text{ fluid ounces } = 67.628 \text{ fluid ounces }
- In order to convert US Fluid Ounces to liters, we must multiply the volume value by 1000 and then divide the result by 29.5.

**Converting liters to Imperial Fluid Ounces and vice versa: **

- In order to convert liters to Imperial Fluid Ounces, we must multiply the volume value by 35.195. So as mentioned above we can convert 2 liters to ounces. 2 \text{ liters } = 2\times 35.195 \text{ fluid ounces } = 70.3902 \text{ fluid ounces }
- In order to convert Imperial Fluid Ounces to liters, we must multiply the volume value by 1000 and then divide the result by 28.4.