›› Convert millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre

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.


millinewton/metre
dyne/centimetre


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

1 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 1 dyne/centimetre

5 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 5 dyne/centimetre

10 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 10 dyne/centimetre

20 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 20 dyne/centimetre

30 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 30 dyne/centimetre

40 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 40 dyne/centimetre

50 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 50 dyne/centimetre

75 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 75 dyne/centimetre

100 millinewton/metre to dyne/centimetre = 100 dyne/centimetre



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