atomic mass unit, unified to Kilogram conversion

Conversion number between atomic mass unit, unified [u; AMU] and Kilogram [kg] is 1.66053904 × 10-27. This means, that atomic mass unit, unified is smaller unit than Kilogram.

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atomic mass unit, unifiedKilogram
101.66053904 × 10-26
203.32107808 × 10-26
304.98161712 × 10-26
406.64215616 × 10-26
508.3026952 × 10-26
609.96323424 × 10-26
701.162377328 × 10-25
801.328431232 × 10-25
901.494485136 × 10-25
1001.66053904 × 10-25
1101.826592944 × 10-25
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atomic mass unit, unified

Definition of atomic mass unit, unified unit: ≈ 1.66053904 x 10-27 kg. The unified atomic mass unit or dalton is a standard unit of mass that quantifies mass on an atomic or molecular scale (atomic mass).

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Definition of Kilogram unit: ≡ 1 kg. SI base unit. Mass of the prototype near Paris (≈ mass of 1 L of water)

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