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> Actually Kg in the term Kg/cm2 refers to Kilogram Force, which is the
> in kg times g.
> Hope this clears it for you.
> Oshin Tosounian, S.E.
> Los Angeles, CA
Not trying to be picky, just trying to understand. How do you differentiate
between kilogram mass and kilogram force if you are using the symbol "kg"
M. David Finley, P.E.
Lake City, FL
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