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inch of mercury (15.56°C)
 Symbol: inHg (15.56 °C) Category: Pressure SI Equivalent: 3377.18 Pa Dimension: ML-1T-2 System: UK, US Notes Pressure unit defined by a column of mercury at 15.56°C with a height of 1 inch.
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1 inHg (15.56 °C) =
 Pressure Symbol Unit Name 3.33302×10-2 atm atmosphere (standard) 3.37718×10-2 bar bar 2.5331 cmHg (0 °C) centimeter of mercury (0°C) 34.4386 cmH2O centimeter of water (4°C) 3.37718×104 dyn/cm2 dyne per square centimeter 1.12988 ft H2O foot of water (4°C) 3.37718×10-6 GPa gigapascal 0.997283 inHg (0 °C) inch of mercury (0°C) 13.5714 inH2O (15.56 °C) inch of water (15.56°C) 3.44377×10-2 kgf/cm2 kilogram force per square centimeter 344.377 kgf/m2 kilogram force per square meter 4.89819×10-4 kip/in2, ksi, KSI kilopound force per square inch 3.37718×10-3 MPa megapascal 33.7718 mbar millibar 3377.18 Pa, N/m2 pascal 70.5339 lbf/ft2 pound force per square foot 0.489819 psi, PSI, lbf/in2 pound force per square inch 25.331 torr torr
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