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# How many kiloleter are in a decaleter?

Updated: 8/10/2023

Wiki User

15y ago

one kiloliter = 100 decaliters

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

8y ago

There is no such unit of volume. There is a decilitre and also a dekalitre and it is not possible to tell which typographic error you made!

Wiki User

6y ago

There are 0.01 kilolitres (not kiloleter) in a decalitre (not decaleter).

Wiki User

10y ago

10000 deciliters in one kiloliters

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### What is a leter?

a liter is equal to a decaleter

### How many liters are in one kiloleter?

1 kiloliter = 1,000 liters

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### Is a kiloleter more than a gallon?

A kilolitre is 1,000 litres, -it is much more than a gallon.

### How many liters equals 1 kiloleter?

By definition, a liter is a unit of volume in the SI system equal to one kilogram of pure water weighed on the surface of the Earth. This means that one kiloliter contains one thousand liter, so the answer is 1000.

### What fraction of 1 kiloliter is 12 liter?

One kiloliter is 1000 liters. Hence 12 liters is 12/1000 fraction of 1 kiloleter which is 3/250

### How many liters is 130.5 kiloliters?

The prefix kilo means 1000, so 1 kiloleter is 1000 liters. To convert it, you just move the decimal point three places to the right. Thus 130.5 kiloliters, moving the decimal point three places to the right, is 130,500 liters.

### What is a kiloleter?

kilo means "thousand" so a kiloliter is one thousand liters

### What fraction of 1 kiloleter is 1 liter?

One liter is equivalent to 1/1000 or one one thousandth of a kiloliter.

### What is formula to convert kiloleter to kilogram?

You cannot. A kilolitre is a measure of volume while a kilogram is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other. For example, a kilolitre of air will have a much smaller mass than a kilolitre of water. Until the middle 1960s, a kilolitre and kilogram were directly related: a millilitre of water at 4 deg C at standard atmospheric presssure had a mass of 1 gram (so that 1 kL = 1 kg). But that definition is no longer used.

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### What is smaller milliliters or kiloleters?

They can not be compared because they are measures for different things. grams are for weight; 1 kilogram = 1000 grams (a bit under 2 lbs.) millilitres are for capacity; 1 litre = 1000 millilitres (that's about 3 cans of your favorite pop drink) centimeters and millimeters are for length and distances. 1 kilometer = 1000 meters (3/4 of a mile) 1 meter ( about 3 feet 4 inches) = 100 centimeters 1 meter = 1000 millimeters 1 centimeter = 10 millimetres. In this case I can answer your question: a millimetre is smaller than a centimeter. Hope this helps!