›› Convert newton/millimetre to newton/metre

Note these are surface tension units, where you divide the units. If you meant to convert torque, use the dash symbol to multiply, like N-m instead of N/m.


N/mm
newton/meter

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How many N/mm in 1 newton/meter? The answer is 0.001.
We assume you are converting between newton/millimetre and newton/metre.
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N/mm or newton/meter
The SI derived unit for surface tension is the newton/meter.
1 N/mm is equal to 1000 newton/meter.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between newtons/millimeter and newtons/meter.
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›› Quick conversion chart of N/mm to newton/meter

1 N/mm to newton/meter = 1000 newton/meter

2 N/mm to newton/meter = 2000 newton/meter

3 N/mm to newton/meter = 3000 newton/meter

4 N/mm to newton/meter = 4000 newton/meter

5 N/mm to newton/meter = 5000 newton/meter

6 N/mm to newton/meter = 6000 newton/meter

7 N/mm to newton/meter = 7000 newton/meter

8 N/mm to newton/meter = 8000 newton/meter

9 N/mm to newton/meter = 9000 newton/meter

10 N/mm to newton/meter = 10000 newton/meter



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›› Common surface tension conversions

N/mm to millinewton/meter
N/mm to pound/inch
N/mm to dyne/centimeter


›› Definition: Newton/meter

Surface tension is measured in force per unit length. The SI unit is Newton per metre but the CGS unit of dyne per cm is also used. One dyn/cm corresponds to 0.001 N/m.


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