# Liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas

## Convert liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas

Liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas conversion calculator above calculates how many cubic feet of natural gas are in 'X' liter-atmosphere (where 'X' is the number of liter-atmosphere to convert to cubic feet of natural gas). In order to convert a value from liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas simply type the number of L atm to be converted to cubic feet of natural gas and then click on the 'convert' button.

## Liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas conversion factor

1 liter-atmosphere is equal to 9.6037569715747E-5 cubic feet of natural gas

## Liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas conversion formula

Energy(cubic feet of natural gas) = Energy (L atm) × 9.6037569715747E-5

Example: Assume there are 520 liter-atmosphere. Shown below are the steps to express them in cubic feet of natural gas.

Energy(cubic feet of natural gas) = 520 ( L atm ) × 9.6037569715747E-5 ( cubic feet of natural gas / L atm )

Energy(cubic feet of natural gas) = 0.049939536252188 cubic feet of natural gas or

520 L atm = 0.049939536252188 cubic feet of natural gas

520 liter-atmosphere equals 0.049939536252188 cubic feet of natural gas

## Liter-atmosphere to cubic feet of natural gas conversion table

liter-atmosphere (L atm)cubic feet of natural gas
120.001152450836589
140.0013445259760205
160.0015366011154519
180.0017286762548834
200.0019207513943149
220.0021128265337464
240.0023049016731779
260.0024969768126094
liter-atmosphere (L atm)cubic feet of natural gas
2500.024009392428937
3000.028811270914724
3500.033613149400511
4000.038415027886299
4500.043216906372086
5000.048018784857873
5500.052820663343661
6000.057622541829448

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