### kg to liters online converter

 Mass (weight), kg = Density, kg/m3 = (Water 4C = 1000) Volume, liters =

### liters to kg online converter

 Volume, liters = Density, kg/m3 = (Water 4C = 1000) Mass (weight), kg =

With this online calculator you can convert kg to liters and vice versa.

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Theory:

Liter to kg = conversion [liter as volume] to [kilogram as mass].

Kg to liter = conversion [kilogram as mass] to [liter as volume].

Formula for conversion: Volume = Mass / Density.

Density data:

Density of water for 4C = 1000 kg/m3
Density of milk = 1027 ... 1033 kg/m3
Density of oil = 800 ... 1050 kg/m3
Density of petrol = 700 ... 780 kg/m3
Density of kerosene = 780 ... 830 kg/m3
Density of diesel fuel = 830 ... 860 kg/m3

All density data in this table of density.

Density is usually indicated under normal of conditions (Pressure = 1 bar; Temperature = 273.15 K).

Conversion table kg to liters (liters to kg) of water:

 Kg to liter [water] Liter to kg [water] 0.1 kg = 0.1 liters 0.1 liter = 0.1 kg 0.2 kg = 0.2 liters 0.2 liter = 0.2 kg 0.3 kg = 0.3 liters 0.3 liter = 0.3 kg 0.4 kg = 0.4 liters 0.4 liter = 0.4 kg 0.5 kg = 0.5 liters 0.5 liter = 0.5 kg 0.6 kg = 0.6 liters 0.6 liter = 0.6 kg 0.7 kg = 0.7 liters 0.7 liter = 0.7 kg 0.8 kg = 0.8 liters 0.8 liter = 0.8 kg 0.9 kg = 0.9 liters 0.9 liter = 0.9 kg 1.0 kg = 1.0 liters 1.0 liter = 1.0 kg 1.1 kg = 1.1 liters 1.1 liter = 1.1 kg 1.2 kg = 1.2 liters 1.2 liter = 1.2 kg 1.3 kg = 1.3 liters 1.3 liter = 1.3 kg 1.4 kg = 1.4 liters 1.4 liter = 1.4 kg 1.5 kg = 1.5 liters 1.5 liter = 1.5 kg 1.6 kg = 1.6 liters 1.6 liter = 1.6 kg 1.7 kg = 1.7 liters 1.7 liter = 1.7 kg 1.8 kg = 1.8 liters 1.8 liter = 1.8 kg 1.9 kg = 1.9 liters 1.9 liter = 1.9 kg 2 kg = 2 liters 2 liter = 2 kg 3 kg = 3 liters 3 liter = 3 kg 4 kg = 4 liters 4 liter = 4 kg 5 kg = 5 liters 5 liter = 5 kg 6 kg = 6 liters 6 liter = 6 kg 7 kg = 7 liters 7 liter = 7 kg 8 kg = 8 liters 8 liter = 8 kg 9 kg = 9 liters 9 liter = 9 kg 10 kg = 10 liters 10 liter = 10 kg 20 kg = 20 liters 20 liter = 20 kg 30 kg = 30 liters 30 liter = 30 kg 40 kg = 40 liters 40 liter = 40 kg 50 kg = 50 liters 50 liter = 50 kg 60 kg = 60 liters 60 liter = 60 kg 70 kg = 70 liters 70 liter = 70 kg 80 kg = 80 liters 80 liter = 80 kg 90 kg = 90 liters 90 liter = 90 kg 100 kg = 100 liters 100 liter = 100 kg 200 kg = 200 liters 200 liter = 200 kg 300 kg = 300 liters 300 liter = 300 kg 400 kg = 400 liters 400 liter = 400 kg 500 kg = 500 liters 500 liter = 500 kg 600 kg = 600 liters 600 liter = 600 kg 700 kg = 700 liters 700 liter = 700 kg 800 kg = 800 liters 800 liter = 800 kg 900 kg = 900 liters 900 liter = 900 kg 1000 kg = 1000 liters 1000 liter = 1000 kg

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.

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