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pascal

 (Pa) [pas-kal´, pas´kal]
the SI unit of pressure, which corresponds to a force of one newton per square meter.

Pas·cal

(pahs-kahl'),
Blaise, French scientist, 1623-1662. See: pascal, Pascal law.

pas·cal (Pa),

(pahs'kahl),
A derived unit of pressure or stress in the SI system, expressed in newtons per square meter; equal to 10-5 bar or 7.50062 × 10-3 torr.
[Blaise Pascal]

pascal

/pas·cal/ (Pa) (pas-kal´) (pas´kal) the SI unit of pressure, which corresponds to a force of one newton per square meter.

PASCAL

[poskul′, paskal′]
Etymology: Blaise Pascal, French scientist, 1623-1662
a higher level computer compiler language, used to teach programming.

pas·cal

(pas-kahl')
A derived unit of pressure or stress in the SI, expressed in newtons per square meter; equal to 10-5 bar or 7.50062 × 10-3 torr.
[Blaise Pascal]

Pascal,

Blaise, French scientist, 1623-1662.
pascal - a derived unit of pressure or stress in the SI system.
Pascal law - fluids at rest transmit pressure equally in every direction.

pascal

; Pa SI unit of stress; 1Pa equates to a 1 newton force distributed uniformly over 1 square metre (1 m2); i.e. 1Pa = 1N/m2

pascal (pas·kalˑ),

n a unit of pressure equivalent to one newton per square meter.

pascal

the SI unit of pressure, which corresponds to a force of one newton per square meter; symbol, Pa.
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