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This is a unit for pressure: <math>1 Pa=\dfrac{1 N}{m^2}</math>.
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Pascals is a unit for pressure in physics. Pascals can be written into the following equation: <math>1 Pa=\dfrac{1 N}{m^2}</math>. In SI base units its <math>kg\;m^{-1}\;s^{-2}</math>, Which could be confused with <math>J\over m^3</math>.
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==Etymology==
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Pascals are eponymically named for [[Blaise Pascal]]

Latest revision as of 16:59, 28 February 2020

Pascals is a unit for pressure in physics. Pascals can be written into the following equation: $1 Pa=\dfrac{1 N}{m^2}$. In SI base units its $kg\;m^{-1}\;s^{-2}$, Which could be confused with $J\over m^3$.

Etymology

Pascals are eponymically named for Blaise Pascal

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