# What does 1 milliliter of water has a volume of?

A milliliter, or $\text{mL}$, is a common way to do so, such as using a graduated cylinder, a buret, a graduated pipet, a flask... a lot of chemistry glassware measures in $\text{mL}$.
So your question answers itself. $\text{1 mL}$ of water has a volume of $\text{1 mL}$, or ${\text{1 cm}}^{3}$. (It is not a question of its density; $\text{1 mL}$ is simply equal to ${\text{1 cm}}^{3}$.)