Unit dN
Name decinewton
Category Force
Details A decinewton (dN) is a unit of force in the metric system. It is equivalent to one-tenth of a newton (N), which is the standard unit of force in the International System of Units (SI). The newton is defined as the amount of force required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared.

In the context of force, a decinewton is a relatively small unit, representing 0.1 newtons. This unit can be used to describe and quantify small forces that are typically involved in everyday situations, such as the force exerted by a person when pulling open a door or pushing down on a keyboard key.

In mathematical terms, 1 dN can be expressed as:

1 dN = 0.1 N
dN(decinewton) to agf(attogram-force)dN(decinewton) to aN(attonewton)dN(decinewton) to cgf(centigram-force)dN(decinewton) to cN(centinewton)dN(decinewton) to dagf(decagram-force)dN(decinewton) to daN(decanewton)dN(decinewton) to dgf(decigram-force)dN(decinewton) to dyn(dyne)dN(decinewton) to Egf(exagram-force)dN(decinewton) to EN(exanewton)dN(decinewton) to fgf(femtogram-force)dN(decinewton) to fN(femtonewton)dN(decinewton) to gf(gram-force)dN(decinewton) to Ggf(gigagram-force)dN(decinewton) to GN(giganewton)dN(decinewton) to hgf(hectogram-force)dN(decinewton) to hN(hectonewton)dN(decinewton) to kgf(kilogram-force)dN(decinewton) to kipdN(decinewton) to kN(kilonewton)dN(decinewton) to kp(kilopond)dN(decinewton) to lbf(pound-force)dN(decinewton) to mgf(milligram-force)dN(decinewton) to Mgf(megagram-force)dN(decinewton) to mN(millinewton)dN(decinewton) to MN(meganewton)dN(decinewton) to N(newton)dN(decinewton) to ngf(nanogram-force)dN(decinewton) to nN(nanonewton)dN(decinewton) to ozf(ounce-force)dN(decinewton) to pdl(poundal)dN(decinewton) to Pgf(petagram-force)dN(decinewton) to pgf(picogram-force)dN(decinewton) to PN(petanewton)dN(decinewton) to pN(piconewton)dN(decinewton) to Tgf(teragram-force)dN(decinewton) to TN(teranewton)dN(decinewton) to ygf(yoctogram-force)dN(decinewton) to Ygf(yottagram-force)dN(decinewton) to yN(yoctonewton)dN(decinewton) to YN(yottanewton)dN(decinewton) to zgf(zeptogram-force)dN(decinewton) to Zgf(zettagram-force)dN(decinewton) to zN(zeptonewton)dN(decinewton) to ZN(zettanewton)dN(decinewton) to µgf(microgram-force)dN(decinewton) to µN(micronewton)