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  • ...ual to 9.80665 [[newton (unit)|newtons]].<ref name=NIST-kgf/> The kilogram-force is often referred to as the '''''kilopond (kp)'''''.<ref name=kp group=not The kilogram-force was not very well defined until the 3rd [[General Conference on Weights an
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  • A unit of [[force]] which will [[acceleration|accelerate]] 1 [[kilogram]] of [[mass]] to 9.80665 [[metre|m]]/[[second|s]]<sup>2</sup>, the standard
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  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Kilogram}}
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  • ...) is a unit of [[pressure]]. It is the [[force]] exerted by one [[kilogram-force]] on one square [[centimeter]]. Although the kgf utilizes [[metric unit]]s (e.g., [[kilogram]] and [[centimeter]]) and was once widely used, it has never been part of t
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  • ...a unit of [[pressure]] defined as the [[force]] exerted by one [[kilogram-force]] on one square [[centimeter]].
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  • {{r|Kilogram-force}} {{r|Pound-force}}
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  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Kilogram}}
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  • {{r|Kilogram-force}} {{r|Kilogram-force per square centimeter}}
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  • ...a unit of [[pressure]] defined as the [[force]] exerted by one [[kilogram-force]] on one square [[centimeter]].
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  • {{r|Kilogram-force}} {{r|Kilogram-force per square centimeter}}
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  • {{r|Kilogram-force}} {{r|Kilogram-force per square centimeter}}
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  • #Redirect[[Kilogram-force]]
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  • ...ual to 9.80665 [[newton (unit)|newtons]].<ref name=NIST-kgf/> The kilogram-force is often referred to as the '''''kilopond (kp)'''''.<ref name=kp group=not The kilogram-force was not very well defined until the 3rd [[General Conference on Weights an
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  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Kilogram-force}}
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  • ...&thinsp;<ref name=lbf group=note/>&thinsp;) is a [[measurement]] unit of [[force]] which will [[acceleration|accelerate]] 1 [[Pound (mass)|pound]] of [[mas ==Definition in terms of the SI unit of force==
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  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Kilogram}}
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  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Kilogram}}
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