# Nanograms to Kilograms Conversion Calculator

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### Nanograms to Kilograms Calculator

 Convert what Value? From: nanogram kilogram To: nanogram kilogram Result:

### How to use the tool?

This tool is designed to make it easy for you in converting from nanograms to kilograms and vice versa. Here is a quick guide on how to use it:
1. Enter the value into the box. E.g. 10
2. Select nanogram option in the left box, and kilogram in the right side.
3. Click on the convert button.
Then, you will see the result just below it: 10 nanograms = 1.0E-11 kilograms

### Manual Calculation

You can convert from nanogram to kilogram by multiplying number of nanogram with 1.0E-12 (1 ng = 1.0E-12 kg).
Example: 10 ng = ? kg
Solution: 10 x 1.0E-12 = 1.0E-11 kg

### Quick Reference Table

Here is a pre calculation from nanogram to kilogram table:

 Nanograms Kilograms Nanograms Kilograms 1 1.0E-12 15 1.5E-11 2 2.0E-12 16 1.6E-11 3 3.0E-12 17 1.7E-11 4 4.0E-12 18 1.8E-11 5 5.0E-12 19 1.9E-11 6 6.0E-12 20 2.0E-11 7 7.0E-12 30 3.0E-11 8 8.0E-12 40 4.0E-11 9 9.0E-12 50 5.0E-11 10 1.0E-11 60 6.0E-11 11 1.1E-11 70 7.0E-11 12 1.2E-11 80 8.0E-11 13 1.3E-11 90 9.0E-11 14 1.4E-11 100 1.0E-10

### Nanogram

Nanogram is a metric unit of mass. It is equal to 0.000000000001 gram, or one millionth of a milligram.

• 1 nanogram = 1.0E-12 kilogram ( 1 ng = 1.0E-12 kg )
• Singular: nanogram
• Plural: nanograms

### Kilogram

Kilogram is the base unit of mass in the SI and MKS versions of the metric system. It is equal to 1000 grams, or about 2.2046226 pounds.

• 1 kilogram = 1000000000000 nanogram ( 1 kg = 1000000000000 ng )
• Singular: kilogram
• Plural: kilograms

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Calculation Help

You can enter various type of value in the box including:

Basic value:
10
14.25

Fractions, Power of:
10/6
8^2

Formulas:
24*34+(20-13)
20*12/5

Scientific notation:
2.0e-10
5.12e+25