Cubic meters are a unit of volume, and kilograms are a unit of mass. Cubic meters can only be converted to kilograms if the density of a substance is known. If density is known, then multiplying the number of cubic meter... More »

Cubic meters, which measure volume, are converted to tons, which measure mass, by multiplying the number of cubic meters of a substance by its density in units of cubic meters per ton. Density is a physical property defi... More »

One cubic meter of soil weighs between 1.2 and 1.7 metric tonnes, or between 1,200 and 1,700 kilograms. These metric figures convert to between 2,645 and 3,747 pounds, or between 2.6 tons and 3.7 tons, per cubic meter. L... More »

To convert cubic meters to cubic feet, multiply the volume in cubic meters by 35.315 to get the volume in cubic feet. Each cubic meter is approximately equal to 35.3 cubic feet. More »

Tonnage, a measurement of mass, is not directly converted to cubic yards, a measurement of volume. They are related, however; mass is equal to the volume of a material multiplied by its density. More »

Air density is the mass of air per unit of volume it occupies, and it is expressed in kilograms per cubic meter when using the metric system. In the free atmosphere, air density decreases when temperature increases or wh... More »

A kilogram is a unit of mass and a liter is a unit of volume, so there is no direct rate of conversion. If you know the density of a substance, you can make the conversion from kilograms to liters for that substance. More »