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 n. Plural form of pascal.
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GOOGLE pascals wager if you want to compare the odds there is a God, to the odds that there is NOT.

I understand that the kg/cm2 unit is now deprecated and that tensile strength is more commonly quoted in GPa (giga pascals) but how many kg/cm2 is equal to a GPa?

To their surprise, the scientists found the lichen and bacterial spores survived all but the most cataclysmic impacts up to 45 billion pascals.

The cyanobacteria survived shocks of up to 10 billion pascals.

As an example, ambient temperature can be expressed in degrees Fahrenheit, Kelvin, and Rankine; barometric pressure can be expressed in atmospheres, inches of mercury at 32 degrees F, inches of mercury at 60 degrees F, millibars, pascals, kilopascals, and pounds per square inch.

Air permeability is measured in cubic metres of air lost per hour per square metre of the house's external area when it is pressurised to 50 pascals.

P is the pressure in pascals, V is the volume in liters, n is the number of moles, R is the gas constant (8.315), and T is the temperature in Kelvin.

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