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How many kilogram-centimeter in 1 N-m?
The answer is 10.197162129779.
We assume you are converting between kilogram centimeter and newton-meter.
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The SI derived unit for torque is the newton meter.
1 kilogram-centimeter is equal to 0.0980665 newton meter.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between kilogram centimeters and newton meters.
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1 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 0.09807 N-m
10 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 0.98067 N-m
20 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 1.96133 N-m
30 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 2.942 N-m
40 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 3.92266 N-m
50 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 4.90333 N-m
100 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 9.80665 N-m
200 kilogram-centimeter to N-m = 19.6133 N-m
You can do the reverse unit conversion from N-m to kilogram-centimeter, or enter any two units below:
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Newton metre is the unit of moment in the SI system. Its symbol is N m or N·m. It is a compound unit of torque corresponding to the torque from a force of 1 newton applied over a distance arm of 1 metre.
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