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Atmospheres to Atmospheres (technical)= 1 kgf/cm2Atmospheres to Bars= 10^5 PaAtmospheres to Baryes= 1 dyn/cm2Atmospheres to Centimeters of Mercury= 13 595.1 kg/m3 * 1 cm * gAtmospheres to Centimeters of Water= 999.972 kg/m3 * 1 cm * g (approx.)Atmospheres to Feet of Mercury= 13 595.1 kg/m3 * 1 ft * g (approx.)Atmospheres to Feet of Water= 999.972 kg/m3 * 1 ft * g (approx.)Atmospheres to GigapascalsOne gigapascal (GPa) is equal to exactly one billion pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 GPa = 1,000,000,000 Pa.Atmospheres to HectopascalsOne hectopascal(hPa) is equal to exactly 100 pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. Hectorpascals are typically used in barometric pressure reports.Atmospheres to Inches of Mercury= 13 595.1 kg/m3 * 1 in * g (approx.)Atmospheres to Inches of Water= 999.972 kg/m3 * 1 in * g (approx.)Atmospheres to Kilograms-Force per Square Millimeter= 1 kgf/mm2Atmospheres to KilopascalsOne kilopascal (kPa) is equal to exactly 1000 pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter.Atmospheres to Kips per Square Inch= 1 kipf/sq inAtmospheres to MegapascalsOne megapascal (MPa) is equal to exactly one million pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 MPa = 1,000,000 Pa.Atmospheres to Microns of Mercury= 0.001 torrAtmospheres to MicropascalsOne micropascal (µPa) is equal to exactly one millionth of a pascal. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 µPa = 0.000 001 Pa.Atmospheres to Millimeters of Mercury= 1 torrAtmospheres to Millimeters of Water= 999.972 kg/m3 * 1 mm * g (approx.)= 0.999 972 kgf/m2Atmospheres to MillipascalsOne millipascal (mPa) is equal to exactly one thousandth of a pascal. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 mPa = 0.001 Pa.Atmospheres to MillitorrExactly 1 / 760 000 atmospheres by definition. 1 Millitorr is approximately 0.1333 pascals (SI base unit). 1 mTorr ≈ 0.133322368421053 Pa.Atmospheres to NanopascalsOne nanopascal (nPa) is equal to exactly one billionth of a pascal. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 nPa = 0.000 000 001 Pa.Atmospheres to Pascals= N / m2 = kg/(m*s2)Atmospheres to PetapascalsOne petapascal (PPa) is equal to exactly one quadrillion pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 PPa = 1 000 000 000 000 000 Pa.Atmospheres to Piezekg/m*s2Atmospheres to Poundals per Square Foot= 1 pdl/sq ftAtmospheres to Pounds per Square Foot1 lbf/ft2Atmospheres to Pounds per Square Inch1 lbf/in2Atmospheres to Short Tons per Square Foot= 1 sh tn * g / 1 sq ftAtmospheres to TerapascalsOne terapascal (TPa) is equal to exactly one trillion pascals. A pascal (Pa) is the SI unit for pressure define as one newton per square meter. 1 TPa = 1 000 000 000 000 Pa.Atmospheres to Torrs= 101 325 / 760 Pa


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