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## Newton.

Newton the unit of force in the International system of units (SI). Has the Russian designation – N and international designation – N.

Newton as a unit of measurement

Newton’s performance in other units of measurement – formula

The translation of Newton to other units

Multiple and fractional units of Newton

Other units of measurement

## Newton as unit of measure:

**Newton** – the unit of force in the International system of units (SI), named after English physicist Isaac Newton. Newton – derived unit.

**The Newton** as a unit of measurement is the Russian designation – N and international designation – N.

Based on Newton’s second law a force of 1 Newton (N) is defined as the force changing in 1 second the velocity of a body of mass 1 kg at 1 m/s in the direction of the action force.

N = kg · m / S2.

1 N = 1 kg · m / S2.

There are other definitions. Force **1 Newton** (N) is such a force, under the influence of which on the body weight of 1 kg body acquires acceleration 1 m/S2, or is it a force that does the work of 1 Joule when you move any body by 1 meter.

H = j / m.

1W = 1 j / m.

Proceeding from the presented definitions it is possible to detect the relation of Newton with gravity. Is body weighing 102 grams, the force of gravity just as 1 Newton, and therefore the force of gravity acting on a body of mass 1 kilogram is equal to 9.8 N.

In the International system of units Newton introduced the decision of the XI General conference on weights and measures in 1960, simultaneously with the adoption of the SI as a whole. In accordance with the rules SI, and relating the derived units are named for scientists, the name of the unit of Newton is spelled with a lowercase letter and its name – with a capital (N). Such writing of the designation is stored in the symbols of other derived unitsformed by using the Newton.

## Application of Newton:

Newtons measure force.

## The performance of Newton in other units – of the formula:

Using fundamental SI units, the Newton is expressed as follows:

N = kg · m / S2.

H = j / m.

where j – Joule, m = meter, N – Newton s – second, kg – kilogram.

## The translation of Newton to other units:

1 N ≈ 0,10197162 kgs.

## Multiple and fractional units of Newton

Multiple and sub-multiple units are formed using standard prefixes of the SI.

Multiple |
Dolny |
||||||

value |
name |
marking |
value |
name |
marking |
||

101 N | dekanewton |
Dan | daN | 10-1 N | decinewton |
days | dN |

102 N | hectorite |
GN | hN | 10-2 N | centinewton |
SN | cN |

103 N | kilonewton |
kN | kN | 10-3 N | millinewton |
mn | mN |

106 N | meganewton |
MN | MN | 10-6 N | Newton |
MKN | µN |

109 N | giganewton |
GN | GN | 10-9 N | nanonewton |
NN | nN |

1012 N | teranewton |
TN | TN | 10-12 N | piconewton |
PN | pN |

1015 N | petanewton |
PN | PN | 10-15 N | femtonewton |
Fn | fN |

1018 N | exington |
EN | EN | 10-18 N | attonewton |
an | aN |

1021 N | setbutton |
ZN | ZN | 10-21 N | septette |
Zn | zN |

1024 N | ottenuto |
IN | YN | 10-24 N | octonion |
in | yN |

## Interesting examples:

The force of gravity acting on a person weighing 70 kg 686 N.

The weight of the body weight of 102 grams (i.e. the force of gravity acting on the body on the surface of the Earth) is 1 N.

The force acting on the electron from the nucleus of an atom of hydrogen is 3,6967⋅10-10 N.

Source: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ньютон_(mil)

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