## What is Standard Atmosphere - All You Need To Know.

Standard Atmosphere is used as a unit of pressure.

Definition

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

## All standard-atmosphere Conversions

## Convert standard-atmosphere to other pressure units

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## See also

Kilopascal
Bar
Pascal
Millipascal
Nanopascal
Gigapascal
Kilo Newton per Square Meter
technical atmosphere
pièze
kg/cm2
Pound per Square Inch
Centimeters of Mercury
Attopascal
Centimeters of Water
Inch of Mercury
Millibar
Dekapascal
Decibar
Torr
Hectopascal
Femtopascal
Inch of water column
Microbar
Millimetre of Mercury
Kilopound per Sqaure Feet
Foot of Water Column
Inch of water column
Pound Per Square Feet
Zettabar
Millimetre of Water
Kilopound per Square Inch
Dyne per Square Centimeter
Exapascal
Megapascal