›› Convert newton/metre to pound/inch

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.


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How many newton/meter in 1 pound/inch? The answer is 175.126835.
We assume you are converting between newton/metre and pound/inch.
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The SI derived unit for surface tension is the newton/meter.
1 newton/meter is equal to 0.0057101471627692 pound/inch.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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›› Quick conversion chart of newton/meter to pound/inch

1 newton/meter to pound/inch = 0.00571 pound/inch

10 newton/meter to pound/inch = 0.0571 pound/inch

50 newton/meter to pound/inch = 0.28551 pound/inch

100 newton/meter to pound/inch = 0.57101 pound/inch

200 newton/meter to pound/inch = 1.14203 pound/inch

500 newton/meter to pound/inch = 2.85507 pound/inch

1000 newton/meter to pound/inch = 5.71015 pound/inch

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›› Common surface tension conversions

newton/meter to millinewton/meter
newton/meter to dyne/centimeter

›› Definition: Newton/meter

Surface tension is measured in force per unit length. The SI unit is Newton per metre but the CGS unit of dyne per cm is also used. One dyn/cm corresponds to 0.001 N/m.

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