1 Liter is equal to 1Kg
A kilogram (Kg) is a unit for measuring weight, whereas a litre (l, lower case L) is a unit for the measurement of volume, typically of a liquid. Your question cannot be answered with a number using the manner in which the question was posed. You need to insert a couple of numbers if you want a numerical answer. Otherwise, the best answer you can provide is a non-numerical answer of the generic type; this requires you to provide one other bit of info! Since your question asks for an answer with a unit of measure in Litres, the only way that we can do this is by providing that one other bit of info mention earlier, and that is the density of the material in question. The density of a material is a measure of how tightly the atoms or molecules are packed together at a specified temperature and pressure. It is expressed as: The density is equal to the weight of a standardized measured volume of material and written as so. . . . . D = wt./vol. Using simple algebra, rearranging and solving the equation for vol. (in litres) gives us => Vol = Wt./density (or) Litres = one (1)Kg/density.
142 kg/hrs to liters
Your question does not make sense. ONe measure is mass and the other is volume.