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How many pascals in 1/16 atm?
0.0625 standard atmosphere equals 6333 pascals because 0.0625 times 1.013Γ10^{5} (the conversion factor) = 6333
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How to convert 1/16 standard atmosphere to pascals
To calculate a value in standard atmospheres to the corresponding value in pascals, just multiply the quantity in standard atmospheres by 101325.01 (the conversion factor).
Here is the formula:Value in pascals = value in standard atmospheres Γ 101325.01
Supose you want to convert
an atm into
pascals. In this case you will have:
Value in
pascals = 1/16 Γ 101325.01 = 6332.813125
standard atmosphere to pascals Conversion Chart Near 0.4 standard atmosphere
standard atmospheres to pascals of  

0.4 standard atmosphere  =  40530 pascals 
0.5 standard atmosphere  =  50660 pascals 
0.6 standard atmosphere  =  60800 pascals 
0.7 standard atmosphere  =  70930 pascals 
0.8 standard atmosphere  =  81060 pascals 
0.9 standard atmosphere  =  91190 pascals 
1 standard atmosphere  =  101300 pascals 
1.1 standard atmospheres  =  111500 pascals 
1.2 standard atmospheres  =  121600 pascals 
1.3 standard atmospheres  =  131700 pascals 
1.4 standard atmospheres  =  141900 pascals 
1.5 standard atmospheres  =  152000 pascals 
1.6 standard atmospheres  =  162100 pascals 
Note: Values are rounded to 4 significant figures. Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction.
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