## ››Convert ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.]

 ton [explosive] gigacalorie [I.T.]

 Did you mean to convert ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [15 °C] gigacalorie [I.T.]

How many ton [explosive] in 1 gigacalorie [I.T.]? The answer is 1.0006692160612.
We assume you are converting between ton [explosive] and gigacalorie [I.T.].
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The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 2.3900573613767E-10 ton [explosive], or 2.388458966275E-10 gigacalorie [I.T.].
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## ››Quick conversion chart of ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.]

1 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 0.99933 gigacalorie [I.T.]

5 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 4.99666 gigacalorie [I.T.]

10 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 9.99331 gigacalorie [I.T.]

20 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 19.98662 gigacalorie [I.T.]

30 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 29.97994 gigacalorie [I.T.]

40 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 39.97325 gigacalorie [I.T.]

50 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 49.96656 gigacalorie [I.T.]

75 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 74.94984 gigacalorie [I.T.]

100 ton [explosive] to gigacalorie [I.T.] = 99.93312 gigacalorie [I.T.]

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