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# dynes

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• This is defined as: One Lovelace is the amount of force (measured in dynes) it takes to draw a round ball weighing e Troy Ounces down a tube it fits exactly (in air) at a speed of pi attoparsecs/microfortnight.

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• This is defined as: One Lovelace is the amount of force (measured in dynes) it takes to draw a round ball weighing e Troy Ounces down a tube it fits exactly (in air) at a speed of pi attoparsecs/microfortnight.

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• This water also has a lower surface tension which is measured in "" dynes "".

• This water also has a lower surface tension which is measured in "" dynes "".

• This water also has a lower surface tension which is measured in "" dynes "".

• This water also has a lower surface tension which is measured in "" dynes "".

• For example, you know how is called in the meter-kilogram-second system, the unit of Force required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram one meter per second per second, equal to 100,000 dynes?

• With sufficient force -- about two million dynes -- you can actually deform the shard without shattering it.

• At Greenwich, where _g_ = 981.17, the standard pressure at 0° is 1,013,800 dynes.

• The closeness of this unit to a mega-dyne (a million dynes) has led to the suggestion that a mega-dyne per square centimetre should be adopted as the standard pressure, and it has been adopted by some modern writers on account of its convenience of calculation and independence of locality.