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How is formula for converting pressure from mmHg to Pa derived?
Today my younger brother asked me from where does the 1 Pa = 0.00750061683 mmHg formula for mercury barometer come. He needs a way to derive it, or an academic source which can be cited. After ...
Apr 9 '11 at 18:52
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