# Kg to Liters

Welcome to kg to liters, our article written to help you with the kilograms to liters conversion. Throughout this page we employ the spelling variant kilogram, as opposed to kilogramme. In the same manner, we use liter, instead of litre, which is the international spelling. The kilogram (kg) is the SI’s (International System of Units) base unit of mass, whereas the liter is an SI accepted unit of volume having the unit symbol L or l, occasionally abbreviated as ltr. Thus, kg to l is a mass to volume conversion.

## Kilograms to Liters

The linking element between the property mass (m) and the quantity volume (V) is the volumetric mass density. For the sake of simplicity, we use the term density from now on. The definition for the density D is D = m / V. For a given material, D is dependent on temperature and pressure conditions. In addition, different substances typically have different densities. Because kg to liters is a mass to volume conversion, the material-specific density links the mass and volume, in function of temperature and pressure, as expressed in the formula below.

## Convert Kg to Liters

To convert kg to liters we employ the formula V = m / D. At 4° C (39.2 Fahrenheit) and sea level, for water D = 1, so V = m. Under these conditions, 1 kilogram of water is equal to 1 liter.

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### Kg to Liter Conversion Formula

The kg to liter formula is: [L] = [kg] / D.

For the purpose of cooking water in the household, the approximation L ~ kg is most likely fair enough. But what about cream, milk and other ingredients? For that, you have to substitute D in the kg to ltr formula with the particular value, or, even easier, fill in our converters below. In case of the first converter, the density value and unit are requested, whereas converter number two works with mean densities for commonly used ingredients.

### Kilogram to Liter Converter (Density)

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### Kilogram to Liter Converter (Substance)

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## Kg to Liters Conversion

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