newton to dyne

A Newton is used in understanding other physical quantities also, like pressure, acceleration, torque etc. the above definition is considered, remembering the 2nd law of motion by Newton, that is, F=ma, where the m= mass of the body, a= acceleration of the body, and F is the force.

newton to dyne

A Newton or Newton force is the imperial unit for force. It is named after the esteemed and famous scientist, Sir Isaac Newton. A newton is defined as the force needed by a body of 1-kilogram mass to accelerate up to a magnitude of 1 m/s^2.

Now talking about a dyne, a Dyne is the unit of force in CGS system of measurement. When one gram of mass is accelerated to a rate of one centimeter per second^2.or in other words, a dyne is a force that will accelerate a one gram mass particle to a rate of one centimeter per second squared. Also, it is to be seen that, 10 micro-newtons also equal one, 10 e-5 N.

And 1 newton equals 10 e5 dynes. Newton dyne relation is really important because it is interchangeable in the powers of 10. Which makes it easier to understand and use. Also, it gets really convenient and reachable too. A different system of measurements has different units of force, other physical quantities.  

Formula is:

1 newton = 1, 00,000 dyne.

Obviously, dyne is smaller than the Newton. Other units of force are pound force, kilogram-force etc.


These conversions are used at many places in research purposes, force calculations impact testing and vibration calculation, research and development etc.

Production of motion detection and acceleration devices also require these values frequently.

So here we have solved your problem of conversion, hope it helps you.