## ››Convert kiloton [explosive] to kiloelectronvolt

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How many kiloton in 1 kiloelectron volt? The answer is 3.8292956500956E-29.
We assume you are converting between kiloton [explosive] and kiloelectronvolt.
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The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 2.3900573613767E-13 kiloton, or 6.2415064799632E+15 kiloelectron volt.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of kiloton to kiloelectron volt

1 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 2.6114463112166E+28 kiloelectron volt

2 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 5.2228926224332E+28 kiloelectron volt

3 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 7.8343389336499E+28 kiloelectron volt

4 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 1.0445785244866E+29 kiloelectron volt

5 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 1.3057231556083E+29 kiloelectron volt

6 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 1.56686778673E+29 kiloelectron volt

7 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 1.8280124178516E+29 kiloelectron volt

8 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 2.0891570489733E+29 kiloelectron volt

9 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 2.350301680095E+29 kiloelectron volt

10 kiloton to kiloelectron volt = 2.6114463112166E+29 kiloelectron volt

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## ››Definition: Kiloelectronvolt

The SI prefix "kilo" represents a factor of 103, or in exponential notation, 1E3.

So 1 kiloelectronvolt = 103 .

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