from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A unit of pressure equal to 1,000 bars.

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  • n. A unit of pressure equal to 1,000 bars (Symbol: kb)


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  • These days, the kilobar is the most popular when it comes to trading, collecting, and investing.

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  • Also available from Monex is the 32.15 troy ounce gold "kilobar" ... a one kilogram bar of fine gold bullion of at least .999 purity.

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  • Nigel Moffatt, head of Treasury at Gold Corp., owner of the Perth Mint, has noticed "an influx of strong demand recently from China for gold in kilobar form."

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