The **decitonne**, often abbreviated as **"dt**", is a unit of mass that is used in Europe in particular. One decitonne corresponds to 100 kilograms. When converting decitonnes into other units, it is important to know the respective conversion factors.

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- Enter the number of decitons into the calculator.
- Select the unit into which the decitons are to be converted.
- Click on "generate" to get the result.

**1. decitonne in kilogram**

**Conversion factor:**1 dt = 100 kg**Example:**3 dt = 3 x 100 kg = 300 kg

**2nd decitonne in grams**

**Conversion**factor: 1 dt = 100,000 g- Example
**:**0.5 dt = 0.5 x 100,000 g = 50,000 g

**3. decitonne in tons**

**Conversion**factor: 1 dt = 0.1 t- Example
**:**4 dt = 4 x 0.1 t = 0.4 t

**4th decitonne in milligrams**

**Conversion**factor: 1 dt = 100,000,000 mg- Example
**:**0.25 dt = 0.25 x 100,000,000 mg = 25,000,000 mg

**5. decitonne in micrograms**

**Conversion factor:**1 dt = 100,000,000,000 µg**Example:**0.1 dt = 0.1 x 100,000,000,000 µg = 10,000,000,000 µg

**6. decitonne in pounds**

**Conversion factor:**1 dt = 220.4623 lbs**Example:**2 dt = 2 x 220.4623 lbs = 440.9246 lbs

**Final remark**

Converting decitons to other units is a fundamental skill in many scientific, technical and commercial fields. By understanding the above conversion factors, one can efficiently switch between these units to perform accurate calculations and analysis.

## Weight

- Carat
- Centigram
- Decagram
- Decigram
- Decitonne
- Femtogram
- Gigatonne
- Gram
- Gram in carat
- Gram in decigrams
- Gram in micrograms
- Gram in milligrams
- Gram in nanogram
- Gram in ounce
- Kilogram
- Kilogram in decagrams
- Kilogram in grams
- Kilogram in hundredweight
- Kilogram in Pound
- Kilogram in pounds
- Kilograms in tons
- Kiloton
- Long tone
- Megaton
- Micrograms
- Milligram
- Nanogram
- Ounce
- Picogram
- Pound
- Pound
- Short tone
- Teratonne
- Ton
- Ton in decitonne
- Ton in gigatonne
- Ton in kiloton
- Ton in Long ton
- Ton in Short ton
- Tonne in megatonne
- Zentner

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