Kilograms to Carats

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Kilograms Carats
0kg 0.00ct
1kg 5000.00ct
2kg 10000.00ct
3kg 15000.00ct
4kg 20000.00ct
5kg 25000.00ct
6kg 30000.00ct
7kg 35000.00ct
8kg 40000.00ct
9kg 45000.00ct
10kg 50000.00ct
11kg 55000.00ct
12kg 60000.00ct
13kg 65000.00ct
14kg 70000.00ct
15kg 75000.00ct
16kg 80000.00ct
17kg 85000.00ct
18kg 90000.00ct
19kg 95000.00ct
Kilograms Carats
20kg 100000.00ct
21kg 105000.00ct
22kg 110000.00ct
23kg 115000.00ct
24kg 120000.00ct
25kg 125000.00ct
26kg 130000.00ct
27kg 135000.00ct
28kg 140000.00ct
29kg 145000.00ct
30kg 150000.00ct
31kg 155000.00ct
32kg 160000.00ct
33kg 165000.00ct
34kg 170000.00ct
35kg 175000.00ct
36kg 180000.00ct
37kg 185000.00ct
38kg 190000.00ct
39kg 195000.00ct
Kilograms Carats
40kg 200000.00ct
41kg 205000.00ct
42kg 210000.00ct
43kg 215000.00ct
44kg 220000.00ct
45kg 225000.00ct
46kg 230000.00ct
47kg 235000.00ct
48kg 240000.00ct
49kg 245000.00ct
50kg 250000.00ct
51kg 255000.00ct
52kg 260000.00ct
53kg 265000.00ct
54kg 270000.00ct
55kg 275000.00ct
56kg 280000.00ct
57kg 285000.00ct
58kg 290000.00ct
59kg 295000.00ct
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Kilograms

The kg is defined as being equal to the mass of the International Prototype of the Kilogram (IPK), a block of platinum-iridium alloy manufactured in 1889 and stored at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures in Sèvres, France.

It is the only SI unit that is defined by a physical object rather than a fundamental physical property that can be reproduced in laboratories.

ct =
kg * 5000.0
 
 
 

Carats

Abbreviated "ct." and spelled with a "c" is a measure of weight used for gemstones. One carat is equal to 1/5 of a gram (200 milligrams). Stones are measured to the nearest hundredth of a carat. A hundreth of a carat is also called a point. Thus a .10 carat stone can be called either 10 points, or 1/10 of a carat. Small stones like .05, and .10ct are most often referred to by point designations. Note that karat with a "K" is a measure of the purity of a gold alloy. A one carat round diamond of average proportions is approximately 6.5mm in diameter. Note that this relationship of weight and size is different for each family of stones. For example ruby and sapphire are both heavier than diamond (technically, they have a higher specific gravity, so a 1 carat ruby or sapphire is smaller in size than a on carat diamond. See Weights and Measures of Gold, Silver and Precious Gems for more information.

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