Convert Centimeter Of Water (Water (at 39.2°F, 4°C)) to Ounce Per Square Foot (British And U.S. (Imperial System))

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centimeter of water
Water (at 39.2°F, 4°C)
ounce per square foot
British and U.S. (Imperial system)

This page features online conversion from centimeter of water to ounce per square foot. These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Water (at 39.2°F, 4°C). The second one is from British And U.S. (Imperial System).

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Metric

centimeter of water to bar
centimeter of water to kilopascal (kPa)
centimeter of water to hectopascal (hPa)
centimeter of water to megapascal (MPa)
centimeter of water to millibar
centimeter of water to pascal (Pa)
centimeter of water to gram per square centimeter (gf/cm²)
centimeter of water to kilogram per square centimeter (kgf/cm²)
centimeter of water to tonne per square centimeter
centimeter of water to kilogram per square meter (kgf/m²)
centimeter of water to tonne per square meter
centimeter of water to newton per square meter (N/m²)
centimeter of water to kilonewton per square meter (kN/m²)
centimeter of water to meganewton per square meter (MN/m²)
centimeter of water to newton per square centimeter (N/cm²)
centimeter of water to newton per square millimeter (N/mm²)
Units: bar  / kilopascal (kPa)  / hectopascal (hPa)  / megapascal (MPa)  / millibar  / pascal (Pa)  / gram per square centimeter (gf/cm²)  / kilogram per square centimeter (kgf/cm²)  / tonne per square centimeter  / kilogram per square meter (kgf/m²)  / tonne per square meter  / newton per square meter (N/m²)  / kilonewton per square meter (kN/m²)  / meganewton per square meter (MN/m²)  / newton per square centimeter (N/cm²)  / newton per square millimeter (N/mm²)
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British and U.S. (Imperial system)

centimeter of water to ounce per square inch (osi, oz/in²)
centimeter of water to ounce per square foot
centimeter of water to pound per square inch (psi)
centimeter of water to pound per square foot
centimeter of water to thousand pounds per square inch (ksi)
centimeter of water to ton (U.S.) per square inch
centimeter of water to ton (U.S.) per square foot
centimeter of water to long ton (U.K.) per square inch
centimeter of water to long ton (U.K.) per square foot
Units: ounce per square inch (osi, oz/in²)  / ounce per square foot  / pound per square inch (psi)  / pound per square foot  / thousand pounds per square inch (ksi)  / ton (U.S.) per square inch  / ton (U.S.) per square foot  / long ton (U.K.) per square inch  / long ton (U.K.) per square foot
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Mercury

centimeter of water to inch of mercury
centimeter of water to centimeter of mercury
centimeter of water to millimeter of mercury (torr)
Units: inch of mercury  / centimeter of mercury  / millimeter of mercury (torr)
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Water (at 39.2°F, 4°C)

centimeter of water to meter of water
centimeter of water to centimeter of water
centimeter of water to millimeter of water
centimeter of water to foot of water
centimeter of water to inch of water
Units: meter of water  / centimeter of water  / millimeter of water  / foot of water  / inch of water
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Atmosphere

centimeter of water to physical atmosphere (atm)
centimeter of water to technical atmosphere
Units: physical atmosphere (atm)  / technical atmosphere
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Natural units

In physics, natural units are physical units of measurement based only on universal physical constants. The origin of their definition comes only from properties of nature and not from any human construct.
centimeter of water to Planck pressure (L⁻¹MT⁻²)
Units: Planck pressure (L⁻¹MT⁻²)

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