kcal to cal

A kilo-calorie is the unit of the energy and it is defined on the basis of the calorie, which is equal to 1000 calories. The unit kilo-calorie has its origin with the small calorie, and that is defined as the term of a kilogram or the gram. The unit kilo-calorie also referred s calorie sometimes. The prefix of the unit kilo-calorie is based on the SI prefix.

Kcal to cal

A calorie is also a unit of the energy and it is defined that the amount of energy which is required to increase the temperature of 1 gram of the water by the 1 degree Celsius. This is one of the smallest unit or the gram calorie unit, which is equal to the 4.1868 joules, and the international system of the unit.

 

The larger unit of the calorie is known as the kilogram calorie, but technically it is known as the kilo-calorie, which is equal to the one thousand small calories. The large calorie is mainly used for the labeling of the food this is also known as the food calorie. The unit calorie is used with the SI unit. The large calorie is still used as the food energy, but the SI unit of the food energy is kilojoule which is mainly replaced by the large calorie unit.

 

The calories are also used for the scientific context in the chemistry. Here we provide some values of the kilo-calorie and their conversion into calorie. The value of the 0.01 kcal is equal to the 10 cal, the value of the 0.1 kcal is equal to the 100 cal, the value of the 1 kcal is equal to the 1000 cal, the value of the 3 kcal is equal to the 3000 cal, the value of the 5 kcal is equal to the 5000 cal.