With this online calculator for conversion you can convert kg to liters and liters to kg.

Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units and press convert.

All density data and relationships for any materials - see bottom on this page.

**For reference (liter = litre):**

litre - SI spelling

liter - American spelling

**Quick response for water:**

1 liter of water = 1 kg

1 kg of water = 1 liter

Note: other material - other density - other answer.

Ratio for other materials and substances see bottom of the page.

**Density data:**

Density of water = 1000 kg/m3

Density of oil = 850 kg/m3

Density of paint = 1300 kg/m3

All density data in this table of the density.

## How convert kg to liters (litres) and vice versa?

Use formulas Function (Weight, Volume, Density) for calculate.

__Formulas:__

1) Volume = Weight / Density

2) Weight = Volume * Density

3) Density = Weight / Volume

__Legend:__

kg – kilograms (weight)

l – liters or litres (volume)

kg/m3 - kilogram per cubic meter (density)

kg/l - kilogram per liter (density)

1 liter = 1 litre

__Example 1:__How convert kg to liters?

An example is water.

If Weight = 100 kg

And Density = 1000 kg/m3 (or 1 kg/l)

Then Volume = 100 / 1 = 100 liters

__Example 2:__How convert liters to kg?

An example is milk.

If Volume = 2 liters

And Density = 1030 kg/m3 (or 1.03 kg/l)

Then Weight = 1.03 * 2 = 2.06 kg

__Example 3:__How to determine density?

If Volume = 1 liters

And Weight of this volume = 0.001225 kilograms

Then Density = 0.001225 / 1 = 0.001225 kg/l

__Theory:__

Weight is a characteristic of the body, which is a measure of the gravitational interaction with other bodies.

Volume is a quantitative characteristic of the space occupied by a body or substance.

Density is a measure of mass per unit of volume.

Weight and volume depend on temperature, pressure and composition due to density changes.

The kilogram is the base unit of mass in the International System of Units (SI), and is defined as being equal to the mass of the International Prototype of the Kilogram a cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy stored by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.

The litre (SI spelling) or liter (American spelling) is an SI accepted metric system unit of volume equal to 1 cubic decimetre (dm3), 1,000 cubic centimetres (cm3) or 1/1000 cubic metre (m3). A cubic decimetre (or liter) occupies a volume of 10×10×10 centimetres and is thus equal to one-thousandth of a cubic metre.

## How many liters are in a kilograms?

The ratio depends on the density of the material or substance.

Relationships:

1 kg of oxygen = 700 liter

1 kg of azote = 888.8 liter

1 kg of beer = 0.961 liter

1 kg of concrete = 0.417 liter

1 kg of ice = 1.091 liter

1 kg of antifreeze = 0.899 liter

1 kg of alcohol = 1.267 liter

1 kg of paint = 0.769 liter

1 kg of methane = 1496.6 liter

1 kg of propane = 536.5 liter

1 kg of diesel fuel = 1.163 liter

1 kg of milk = 0.971 liter

1 kg of oil = 1.176 liter

1 kg of kerosene = 1.235 liter

1 kg of petrol = 1.333 liter

1 kg of air = 773.5 liter

1 kg of butter = 1.087 liter

1 kg of water = 1 liter

## How many kilograms are in a liters?

The ratio depends on the density of the material or substance.

Relationships:

1 liter of oxygen = 0.001429 kg

1 liter of azote = 0.001251 kg

1 liter of beer = 1.041 kg

1 liter of concrete = 2.4 kg

1 liter of ice = 0.917 kg

1 liter of antifreeze = 1.112 kg

1 liter of alcohol = 0.789 kg

1 liter of paint = 1.3 kg

1 liter of methane = 0.0006682 kg

1 liter of propane = 0.001864 kg

1 liter of diesel fuel = 0.86 kg

1 liter of milk = 1.03 kg

1 liter of oil = 0.85 kg

1 liter of kerosene = 0.81 kg

1 liter of petrol = 0.75 kg

1 liter of air = 0.001928 kg

1 liter of butter = 0.92 kg

1 liter of water = 1 kg

## Table of conversion kg to liter and liter to kg for water

Below is a table for converting kg to l and l to kg.

Kg to liters |
Liters to kg |

0.1 kg = 0.1 l | 0.1 l = 0.1 kg |

0.2 kg = 0.2 l | 0.2 l = 0.2 kg |

0.3 kg = 0.3 l | 0.3 l = 0.3 kg |

0.4 kg = 0.4 l | 0.4 l = 0.4 kg |

0.5 kg = 0.5 l | 0.5 l = 0.5 kg |

0.6 kg = 0.6 l | 0.6 l = 0.6 kg |

0.7 kg = 0.7 l | 0.7 l = 0.7 kg |

0.8 kg = 0.8 l | 0.8 l = 0.8 kg |

0.9 kg = 0.9 l | 0.9 l = 0.9 kg |

1.0 kg = 1.0 l | 1.0 l = 1.0 kg |

1.1 kg = 1.1 l | 1.1 l = 1.1 kg |

1.2 kg = 1.2 l | 1.2 l = 1.2 kg |

1.3 kg = 1.3 l | 1.3 l = 1.3 kg |

1.4 kg = 1.4 l | 1.4 l = 1.4 kg |

1.5 kg = 1.5 l | 1.5 l = 1.5 kg |

1.6 kg = 1.6 l | 1.6 l = 1.6 kg |

1.7 kg = 1.7 l | 1.7 l = 1.7 kg |

1.8 kg = 1.8 l | 1.8 l = 1.8 kg |

1.9 kg = 1.9 l | 1.9 l = 1.9 kg |

2 kg = 2 l | 2 l = 2 kg |

3 kg = 3 l | 3 l = 3 kg |

4 kg = 4 l | 4 l = 4 kg |

5 kg = 5 l | 5 l = 5 kg |

6 kg = 6 l | 6 l = 6 kg |

7 kg = 7 l | 7 l = 7 kg |

8 kg = 8 l | 8 l = 8 kg |

9 kg = 9 l | 9 l = 9 kg |

10 kg = 10 l | 10 l = 10 kg |

20 kg = 20 l | 20 l = 20 kg |

30 kg = 30 l | 30 l = 30 kg |

40 kg = 40 l | 40 l = 40 kg |

50 kg = 50 l | 50 l = 50 kg |

60 kg = 60 l | 60 l = 60 kg |

70 kg = 70 l | 70 l = 70 kg |

80 kg = 80 l | 80 l = 80 kg |

90 kg = 90 l | 90 l = 90 kg |

100 kg = 100 l | 100 l = 100 kg |

200 kg = 200 l | 200 l = 200 kg |

300 kg = 300 l | 300 l = 300 kg |

400 kg = 400 l | 400 l = 400 kg |

500 kg = 500 l | 500 l = 500 kg |

600 kg = 600 l | 600 l = 600 kg |

700 kg = 700 l | 700 l = 700 kg |

800 kg = 800 l | 800 l = 800 kg |

900 kg = 900 l | 900 l = 900 kg |

1000 kg = 1000 l | 1000 l = 1000 kg |

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