## ››Convert kilogram/meter-hour to dyne-second/square centimeter

 kilogram/meter hour dyne-second/square centimeter

How many kilogram/meter hour in 1 dyne-second/square centimeter? The answer is 360.
We assume you are converting between kilogram/meter-hour and dyne-second/square centimeter.
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The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.
1 pascal second is equal to 3600 kilogram/meter hour, or 10 dyne-second/square centimeter.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter

1 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 0.00278 dyne-second/square centimeter

10 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 0.02778 dyne-second/square centimeter

50 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 0.13889 dyne-second/square centimeter

100 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 0.27778 dyne-second/square centimeter

200 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 0.55556 dyne-second/square centimeter

500 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 1.38889 dyne-second/square centimeter

1000 kilogram/meter hour to dyne-second/square centimeter = 2.77778 dyne-second/square centimeter

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