›› Convert ounce inch to newton centimeter


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How many oz-in in 1 newton-centimeter? The answer is 1.4161193227806.
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The SI derived unit for torque is the newton meter.
1 newton meter is equal to 141.61193227806 oz-in, or 100 newton-centimeter.
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›› Quick conversion chart of oz-in to newton-centimeter

1 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 0.70616 newton-centimeter

5 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 3.53078 newton-centimeter

10 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 7.06155 newton-centimeter

20 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 14.1231 newton-centimeter

30 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 21.18466 newton-centimeter

40 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 28.24621 newton-centimeter

50 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 35.30776 newton-centimeter

75 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 52.96164 newton-centimeter

100 oz-in to newton-centimeter = 70.61552 newton-centimeter

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