With this very simple online converter you can convert kilograms to milliliters (kg to ml) and vice versa.

All density data, relationships for any materials, theory and formulas for conversion - see bottom on this page.

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**Quick response for water:**

1 ml of water = 0.001 kg

1 kg of water = 1000 ml

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 density.

With this online calculator, you can convert kg to ml. This is a simple program for converting ml to kg.

Use this calculators to learn how to convert between kilograms and milliliters any materials. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units kg to ml.

## How convert kg to ml and vice versa?

Use the following formulas to calculate:

1) Volume = Weight / Density

2) Weight = Volume * Density

3) Density = Weight / Volume

Legend:

kg – kilogram (weight)

ml – milliliter (volume)

kg/m3 - kilogram per cubic meter (density)

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 1 Kilogram a cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy stored by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.

The millilitre (SI spelling) or milliliter (American spelling) is an SI accepted metric system unit of volume equal to 1 cubic centimetre (cm3) or 1/1000000 cubic metre (m3). A cubic centimetre (or milliliter) occupies a volume of 1×1×1 centimetres and is thus equal 1/1000000 of a cubic metre.

## How many milliliters are in a kilograms?

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

Relationships:

1 kg of oxygen = 700000 ml

1 kg of azote = 888800 ml

1 kg of beer = 961 ml

1 kg of concrete = 417 ml

1 kg of ice = 1091 ml

1 kg of antifreeze = 899 ml

1 kg of alcohol = 1267 ml

1 kg of paint = 769 ml

1 kg of methane = 1496600 ml

1 kg of propane = 536500 ml

1 kg of diesel fuel = 1163 ml

1 kg of milk = 971 ml

1 kg of oil = 1176 ml

1 kg of kerosene = 1235 ml

1 kg of petrol = 1333 ml

1 kg of air = 773500 ml

1 kg of butter = 1087 ml

1 kg of water = 1000 ml

## How many kilograms are in a milliliters?

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

Relationships:

1 ml of oxygen = 0.000001429 kg

1 ml of azote = 0.000001251 kg

1 ml of beer = 0.001041 kg

1 ml of concrete = 0.0024 kg

1 ml of ice = 0.000917 kg

1 ml of antifreeze = 0.001112 kg

1 ml of alcohol = 0.000789 kg

1 ml of paint = 0.0013 kg

1 ml of methane = 0.0000006682 kg

1 ml of propane = 0.000001864 kg

1 ml of diesel fuel = 0.00086 kg

1 ml of milk = 0.00103 kg

1 ml of oil = 0.00085 kg

1 ml of kerosene = 0.00081 kg

1 ml of petrol = 0.00075 kg

1 ml of air = 0.000001928 kg

1 ml of butter = 0.00092 kg

1 ml of water = 0.001 kg

## Table of conversion for water

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

Kilograms to milliliters |
Milliliters to kilograms |

0.1 kg = 100 ml | 0.1 ml = 0.0001 kg |

0.2 kg = 200 ml | 0.2 ml = 0.0002 kg |

0.3 kg = 300 ml | 0.3 ml = 0.0003 kg |

0.4 kg = 400 ml | 0.4 ml = 0.0004 kg |

0.5 kg = 500 ml | 0.5 ml = 0.0005 kg |

0.6 kg = 600 ml | 0.6 ml = 0.0006 kg |

0.7 kg = 700 ml | 0.7 ml = 0.0007 kg |

0.8 kg = 800 ml | 0.8 ml = 0.0008 kg |

0.9 kg = 900 ml | 0.9 ml = 0.0009 kg |

1.0 kg = 1000 ml | 1.0 ml = 0.001 kg |

1.1 kg = 1100 ml | 1.1 ml = 0.0011 kg |

1.2 kg = 1200 ml | 1.2 ml = 0.0012 kg |

1.3 kg = 1300 ml | 1.3 ml = 0.0013 kg |

1.4 kg = 1400 ml | 1.4 ml = 0.0014 kg |

1.5 kg = 1500 ml | 1.5 ml = 0.0015 kg |

1.6 kg = 1600 ml | 1.6 ml = 0.0016 kg |

1.7 kg = 1700 ml | 1.7 ml = 0.0017 kg |

1.8 kg = 1800 ml | 1.8 ml = 0.0018 kg |

1.9 kg = 1900 ml | 1.9 ml = 0.0019 kg |

2 kg = 2000 ml | 2 ml = 0.002 kg |

3 kg = 3000 ml | 3 ml = 0.003 kg |

4 kg = 4000 ml | 4 ml = 0.004 kg |

5 kg = 5000 ml | 5 ml = 0.005 kg |

6 kg = 6000 ml | 6 ml = 0.006 kg |

7 kg = 7000 ml | 7 ml = 0.007 kg |

8 kg = 8000 ml | 8 ml = 0.008 kg |

9 kg = 9000 ml | 9 ml = 0.009 kg |

10 kg = 10000 ml | 10 ml = 0.01 kg |

20 kg = 20000 ml | 20 ml = 0.02 kg |

30 kg = 30000 ml | 30 ml = 0.03 kg |

40 kg = 40000 ml | 40 ml = 0.04 kg |

50 kg = 50000 ml | 50 ml = 0.05 kg |

60 kg = 60000 ml | 60 ml = 0.06 kg |

70 kg = 70000 ml | 70 ml = 0.07 kg |

80 kg = 80000 ml | 80 ml = 0.08 kg |

90 kg = 90000 ml | 90 ml = 0.09 kg |

100 kg = 100000 ml | 100 ml = 0.1 kg |

200 kg = 200000 ml | 200 ml = 0.2 kg |

300 kg = 300000 ml | 300 ml = 0.3 kg |

400 kg = 400000 ml | 400 ml = 0.4 kg |

500 kg = 500000 ml | 500 ml = 0.5 kg |

600 kg = 600000 ml | 600 ml = 0.6 kg |

700 kg = 700000 ml | 700 ml = 0.7 kg |

800 kg = 800000 ml | 800 ml = 0.8 kg |

900 kg = 900000 ml | 900 ml = 0.900 kg |

1000 kg = 1000000 ml | 1000 ml = 1 kg |

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