# dyne to newton

Dyne and Newton both are the units which are used to measure force, force is a physical quantity which can be defined as any push or pull applied to any substance and which creates any change in its state, if it is in motion it will tend to stop, is it is at rest it will come in action. Here one more thing to consider is that dyne is the unit of force in the Cgs system and Newton is the SI unit which is used to measure power.

## dyne to Newton

Here in this article, we will take an in-depth look at both of these units, and in addition to this, we will learn how we can convert dyne to Newton and even vice versa.

What is Dyne?

•    The symbol which is used to specify dyne is Dyn.
•    The dyne can be understood as the force which is required to accelerate anybody whose mass is one gram by an acceleration of one centimeter per seconds
•    One dyne is equal to 10 newtons of force, this means that when you apply a force of 10 newtons you can say that the body is experiencing a force of 1 dyne.

What is Newton?

•    Newton is another unit which is used to measure force, one newton is the force, which is required to accelerate a body through an acceleration of one meter/sec square and the mass of the body is equal to one kilogram.
•    Newton is the SI unit, which is accepted worldwide.

Conversion lets convert dyne to Newton

•    One dyne is equal to 10 newtons. All you have to do to turn dyne into Newton is that take the number of dynes and multiply it with 10 newtons, your units will be converted.