## ››Convert pound-force second/square inch to Pascal-second

 pound-force second/square inch Pascal second

How many pound-force second/square inch in 1 Pascal second? The answer is 0.00014503773779686.
We assume you are converting between pound-force second/square inch and Pascal-second.
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The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.
1 pascal second is equal to 0.00014503773779686 pound-force second/square inch, or 1 Pascal second.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second

1 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 6894.75729 Pascal second

2 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 13789.51458 Pascal second

3 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 20684.27187 Pascal second

4 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 27579.02916 Pascal second

5 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 34473.78645 Pascal second

6 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 41368.54374 Pascal second

7 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 48263.30103 Pascal second

8 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 55158.05832 Pascal second

9 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 62052.81561 Pascal second

10 pound-force second/square inch to Pascal second = 68947.5729 Pascal second

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