# Quick Answer: How Many Litres Is 15kg?

## How many Litres is 1 kg?

kilograms to liters Weight of 1 liter (l) of pure water at temperature 4 °C = 1 kilogram (kg).

A liter is defined as one cubic decimetre (1 l = 1 cubic dm).

1 l = 1kg of water = 0.001 cubic m = 0.264172052 US gallons = 1.05668821 US quarts..

## How many Litres is 14kg?

Conversion Tablekilograms to literskgl12121313141417 more rows

## How many kg is 2 Litres?

Convert 2 Liters to Kilograms2 Liters (L)2 Kilograms (kg)1 L = 1 kg1 kg = 1 L

## How many Litres is 1 kg of milk?

0.97 liters1 kilogram (kg) milk, is 0.97 liters.

## How many kg is 25 Litres?

Convert 25 Liters to Kilograms25 Liters (L)25 Kilograms (kg)1 L = 1 kg1 kg = 1 L

## How many Litres is 10kg?

10 LitersThe density of water is 1000 kg/m^3 and 10kg would be 10 Liters.

## How many kg is 35 Litres?

Convert 35 Liters to Kilograms35 Liters (L)35 Kilograms (kg)1 L = 1 kg1 kg = 1 L

## What is 2.5 kg in Litres?

2.500000 LitersConvert 2.5 Kilograms to Liters2.5 Kilograms (kg)2.500000 Liters (L)1 kg = 1 L1 L = 1 kg

## What is 16kg in Litres?

Convert 16 Kg to Liter Under these circumstances, 16 kilograms of water equal 16 liters.

## What is 20kg in Litres?

kg to l conversion table:10 kg = 10 liters210 kg = 210 liters700 kg = 700 liters20 kg = 20 liters220 kg = 220 liters800 kg = 800 liters30 kg = 30 liters230 kg = 230 liters900 kg = 900 liters40 kg = 40 liters240 kg = 240 liters1000 kg = 1000 liters50 kg = 50 liters250 kg = 250 liters1100 kg = 1100 liters13 more rows

## What is the formula to convert liters to kilograms?

To convert liter to kg we employ the formula m = D × V. For water at sea level at 39.2 Fahrenheit D = 1, so m = V. In this case one liter of water equals one kilogram.

## How many Litres is 2 kg of flour?

One kilogram of all purpose flour (APF) converted to liter equals to 1.89 L.

## What is 5kg in Litres?

Convert 5 Kilograms to Liters5 Kilograms (kg)5 Liters (L)1 kg = 1 L1 L = 1 kg

## Which is heavier 1kg or 1 Litre?

One litre of water has a mass of approximately one kilogram (depending on temperature, isotope mix etc), but one litre of molten lead has significantly more mass!! … A kilogram is mass. A liter is volume. A liter of water will mass about a kilogram.