›› Convert keel [coal] to kiloton [short, US]

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How many keel in 1 kiloton [short, US]? The answer is 42.11590296496.
We assume you are converting between keel [coal] and kiloton [short, US].
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 4.6424836208069E-5 keel, or 1.1023113109244E-6 kiloton [short, US].
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›› Quick conversion chart of keel to kiloton [short, US]

1 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 0.02374 kiloton [short, US]

10 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 0.23744 kiloton [short, US]

20 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 0.47488 kiloton [short, US]

30 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 0.71232 kiloton [short, US]

40 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 0.94976 kiloton [short, US]

50 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 1.1872 kiloton [short, US]

100 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 2.3744 kiloton [short, US]

200 keel to kiloton [short, US] = 4.7488 kiloton [short, US]

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