# Difference between revisions of "Atm"

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− | To convert from atm to the [[Système_international|SI]] unit of pressure, the [[pascal]], and vice versa: | + | To convert from atm to the [[Système_international|SI]] unit of pressure, the [[pascal (unit) | pascal]], and vice versa: |

*<math>1\,\mathrm{Pa}=9.8692\times10^{-6}\,\mathrm{atm}</math> | *<math>1\,\mathrm{Pa}=9.8692\times10^{-6}\,\mathrm{atm}</math> | ||

*<math>1\,\mathrm{atm}=101325\,\mathrm{Pa}</math> | *<math>1\,\mathrm{atm}=101325\,\mathrm{Pa}</math> |

## Latest revision as of 06:57, 14 October 2009

**Atm**, which stands for Earth atmospheres at sea level, is a unit of pressure. 1 atm is defined as the pressure at 0 meters above sea level.

## Conversion

To convert from atm to the SI unit of pressure, the pascal, and vice versa:

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