Unit gf
Name gram-force
Category Force
Details A gram-force (gf) is a unit of force in the field of force measurement. It is defined as the force exerted by one gram of mass due to gravity at the Earth's surface. In other words, it is the weight of one gram of mass under standard gravity (9.80665 meters per second squared).

The gram-force is not a widely-used unit in scientific and engineering fields, as the SI unit of force is the Newton (N). However, it is sometimes used for small forces or when discussing systems with low forces involved.

To convert a gram-force to its equivalent in Newtons, you multiply by the standard gravitational acceleration and divide by 1000, due to the difference in units (1 gf = 9.80665 m/s² * 1 g / 1000 g/kg = 0.00980665 N).
gf(gram-force) to agf(attogram-force)gf(gram-force) to aN(attonewton)gf(gram-force) to cgf(centigram-force)gf(gram-force) to cN(centinewton)gf(gram-force) to dagf(decagram-force)gf(gram-force) to daN(decanewton)gf(gram-force) to dgf(decigram-force)gf(gram-force) to dN(decinewton)gf(gram-force) to dyn(dyne)gf(gram-force) to Egf(exagram-force)gf(gram-force) to EN(exanewton)gf(gram-force) to fgf(femtogram-force)gf(gram-force) to fN(femtonewton)gf(gram-force) to Ggf(gigagram-force)gf(gram-force) to GN(giganewton)gf(gram-force) to hgf(hectogram-force)gf(gram-force) to hN(hectonewton)gf(gram-force) to kgf(kilogram-force)gf(gram-force) to kipgf(gram-force) to kN(kilonewton)gf(gram-force) to kp(kilopond)gf(gram-force) to lbf(pound-force)gf(gram-force) to mgf(milligram-force)gf(gram-force) to Mgf(megagram-force)gf(gram-force) to mN(millinewton)gf(gram-force) to MN(meganewton)gf(gram-force) to N(newton)gf(gram-force) to ngf(nanogram-force)gf(gram-force) to nN(nanonewton)gf(gram-force) to ozf(ounce-force)gf(gram-force) to pdl(poundal)gf(gram-force) to Pgf(petagram-force)gf(gram-force) to pgf(picogram-force)gf(gram-force) to PN(petanewton)gf(gram-force) to pN(piconewton)gf(gram-force) to Tgf(teragram-force)gf(gram-force) to TN(teranewton)gf(gram-force) to ygf(yoctogram-force)gf(gram-force) to Ygf(yottagram-force)gf(gram-force) to yN(yoctonewton)gf(gram-force) to YN(yottanewton)gf(gram-force) to zgf(zeptogram-force)gf(gram-force) to Zgf(zettagram-force)gf(gram-force) to zN(zeptonewton)gf(gram-force) to ZN(zettanewton)gf(gram-force) to µgf(microgram-force)gf(gram-force) to µN(micronewton)