Q: How many millilitre in a kilolitre?

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1 kilolitre is equal to 10000 decilitres.

You cannot. A kilolitre is a measure of volume while a kilogram is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other. For example, a kilolitre of air will have a much smaller mass than a kilolitre of water. Until the middle 1960s, a kilolitre and kilogram were directly related: a millilitre of water at 4 deg C at standard atmospheric presssure had a mass of 1 gram (so that 1 kL = 1 kg). But that definition is no longer used.

kg is mass kilolitre is volume the two aren't interchangeable but if it is water then 1 kilolitre = 1,000 kg

100 dekalitres = 1 kilolitre

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There are 1000 x 1000 = 1000000 millilitres in one kilolitre. Therefore, one kilolitre is equal to 1/1000000 = 0.000001 kilolitres.

It is 1/1000000.

1 kilolitre is much larger than 1 millilitre.

1/1,000,000 or 0.000001kL. A kilolitre is 1000 litres and a millilitre is 0.001 litres, therefore 1000x1000 is 1,000,000

millilitre or litre - depending on size. Or possibly microlitre, kilolitre, megalitre etc.

microlitre, millilitre, litre, kilolitre etc. or cubic millimetres, cubic centimetres, cubic metres, cubic kilometres, etc

1 kilolitre is equal to 10000 decilitres.

I assume you mean litres in a kilolitre. There are 1000 litres in a kilolitre

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1 kilolitre is 1 000 L.1 millilitre is 0,001 litre.1 decilitre is 0,1 litre or 100 millilitres.The millilitre is the smallest. The symbol of litre is L.

There are 10 litres in one decalitre. There are 1000 litres in one kilolitre. Therefore, 1 kilolitre is equal to 1000/10 = 100 decalitres.