›› Convert kiloton [explosive] to erg


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How many kiloton in 1 erg? The answer is 2.3900573613767E-20.
We assume you are converting between kiloton [explosive] and erg.
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The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 2.3900573613767E-13 kiloton, or 10000000 erg.
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›› Quick conversion chart of kiloton to erg

1 kiloton to erg = 4.184E+19 erg

2 kiloton to erg = 8.368E+19 erg

3 kiloton to erg = 1.2552E+20 erg

4 kiloton to erg = 1.6736E+20 erg

5 kiloton to erg = 2.092E+20 erg

6 kiloton to erg = 2.5104E+20 erg

7 kiloton to erg = 2.9288E+20 erg

8 kiloton to erg = 3.3472E+20 erg

9 kiloton to erg = 3.7656E+20 erg

10 kiloton to erg = 4.184E+20 erg

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›› Definition: Erg

An erg is the unit of energy and mechanical work in the centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system of units, symbol "erg". Its name is derived from the Greek word meaning "work".

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