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What is centimeter of mercury?

Definition:

The centimetre of mercury is a unit of pressure equal to 1,333.224 pascals (1 cmHg = 1,333.224 Pa), the SI derived unit of pressure. It is also equal to 13.33224 hectopascals (hPa), or 1.333224 kilopascals (kPa), or about 0.0131578947 atmospheres (atm), or 0.0133322368 bars (bar), or 10 millimeters of mercury at 0 °C (mmHg), or 5.3524 inches of water at 4 °C (inH2O), or 0.193368 pounds per square inch (psi), or 27.8449556 pounds per square foot (psf) or 10 torr (Torr).

The centimeters of mercury is the pressure applied by a column of mercury one centimeter high at 0 °C in a gravitational field.

Notes:
(i) The SI is an abbreviation for the International System of Units
(ii) The density of mercury at 0 °C is approximately 13.5951 g/cm3
(iii) According to the General Conference on Weight and Measures, the standard gravity is 9.80665 m/s² (or 32.1740 ft/s²)

Symbol:

cmHg

Plural:

centimeters of mercury

Also known as:

centimeter of mercury (plural: centimeters of mercury, US spelling), centiHg

Below you can find a comprehensive list with conversions from centimeters of mercury to other (metric, imperial, or customary) pressure and stress measurement units.

  • centimeter of mercury to atmosphere (standard) (cmHg to atm)
  • centimeter of mercury to atmosphere (technical) (cmHg to at)
  • centimeter of mercury to bar (cmHg to bar)
  • centimeter of mercury to barye (cmHg to Ba)
  • centimeter of mercury to centibar (cmHg to cbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to centimeter of water (cmHg to cmH2O)
  • centimeter of mercury to decibar (cmHg to dbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to dyne per square centimeter (cmHg to dyn/cm²)
  • centimeter of mercury to gigabar (cmHg to Gbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to gigapascal (cmHg to GPa)
  • centimeter of mercury to hectopascal (cmHg to hPa)
  • centimeter of mercury to inch of mercury (cmHg to inHg)
  • centimeter of mercury to inch of water (cmHg to inH2O)
  • centimeter of mercury to kilobar (cmHg to kbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to kilogram-force per square centimeter (cmHg to kgf/cm²)
  • centimeter of mercury to kilogram-force per square millimeter (cmHg to kgf/mm²)
  • centimeter of mercury to kilopascal (cmHg to kPa)
  • centimeter of mercury to kip per square inch (cmHg to ksi)
  • centimeter of mercury to megabar (cmHg to Mbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to megapascal (cmHg to MPa)
  • centimeter of mercury to millibar (cmHg to mbar)
  • centimeter of mercury to millimeter of mercury (cmHg to mmHg)
  • centimeter of mercury to millimeter of water (cmHg to mmH2O)
  • centimeter of mercury to millipascal (cmHg to mPa)
  • centimeter of mercury to newton per square meter (cmHg to N/m²)
  • centimeter of mercury to newton per square millimeter (cmHg to N/mm²)
  • centimeter of mercury to pascal (cmHg to Pa)
  • centimeter of mercury to pieze (cmHg to pz)
  • centimeter of mercury to pound per square foot (cmHg to psf)
  • centimeter of mercury to pound per square inch (cmHg to psi)
  • centimeter of mercury to torr (cmHg to Torr)