›› Convert liter atmosphere to newton-meter


liter atmosphere
N-m


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How many liter atmosphere in 1 N-m? The answer is 0.0098692326671601.
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The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 0.0098692326671601 liter atmosphere, or 1 N-m.
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›› Quick conversion chart of liter atmosphere to N-m

1 liter atmosphere to N-m = 101.325 N-m

2 liter atmosphere to N-m = 202.65 N-m

3 liter atmosphere to N-m = 303.975 N-m

4 liter atmosphere to N-m = 405.3 N-m

5 liter atmosphere to N-m = 506.625 N-m

6 liter atmosphere to N-m = 607.95 N-m

7 liter atmosphere to N-m = 709.275 N-m

8 liter atmosphere to N-m = 810.6 N-m

9 liter atmosphere to N-m = 911.925 N-m

10 liter atmosphere to N-m = 1013.25 N-m



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