What is Standard Atmosphere - All You Need To Know.
Standard Atmosphere is used as a unit of pressure.
Standard Atmosphere is defined as the pressure exerted by 760 mm of mercury at standard gravity and 0 °C temperature. It is approximately equal to the average atmospheric pressure at the sea level of Earth.
1 atm ≡ 101,325 Pa i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 101,325 Pascal
1 atm ≡ 1.01325 bar i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 1.01325 Bar
1 atm ≡ 760 Torr i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 760 Torr
1 atm ≡ 14.695 9 psi i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 14.6959 Pound per square inch
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