megadyne


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meg·a·dyne

(meg'ă-dīn),
One million dynes.

megadyne

A non-SI (International System) unit of force from the CGS system equal to 10 newtons.

megadyne

(meg'a-din)
A unit equal to 1 million dynes.
See: dyne
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