## ››Convert newton-second/square meter to slug/foot-second

 newton second/square meter slug/foot second

How many newton second/square meter in 1 slug/foot second? The answer is 47.880259.
We assume you are converting between newton-second/square meter and slug/foot-second.
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newton second/square meter or slug/foot second
The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.
1 pascal second is equal to 1 newton second/square meter, or 0.020885434224573 slug/foot second.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of newton second/square meter to slug/foot second

1 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 0.02089 slug/foot second

10 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 0.20885 slug/foot second

20 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 0.41771 slug/foot second

30 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 0.62656 slug/foot second

40 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 0.83542 slug/foot second

50 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 1.04427 slug/foot second

100 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 2.08854 slug/foot second

200 newton second/square meter to slug/foot second = 4.17709 slug/foot second

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