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#### Newton per meter to Erg per square millimeter Conversion Formula:

erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²) = newton/meter (N/m) × 10

#### How to Convert newton/meter (N/m) to erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²)?

To get Erg per square millimeter surface tension, simply multiply Newton per meter by 10. With the help of this surface tension converter, we can easily convert Newton per meter to Erg per square millimeter. Here you are provided with the converter, proper definitions,relations in detail along with the online tool to convert newton/meter (N/m) to erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²).

#### How many Erg per square millimeter in one Newton per meter?

1 newton/meter (N/m) is 10 erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²).

newton/meter (N/m) to erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²) converter is the surface tension converter from one unit to another. It is required to convert the unit of surface tension from Newton per meter to Erg per square millimeter, in surface tension. This is the very basic unit conversion, which you will learn in primary classes. It is one of the most widely used operations in a variety of mathematical applications. In this article, let us discuss how to convert newton/meter (N/m) to erg/square millimeter (erg/mm²), and the usage of a tool that will help to convert one unit from another unit, and the relation between Newton per meter and Erg per square millimeter with detailed explanation.

#### Newton per meter Definition

A newton per meter (N/m) is a SI derived unit of surface tension. Surface tension is denoted with the Greek letter γ (gamma). Surface tension γ will be equal to 1 N/m if the force along a line of 1 meter length, where the force is parallel to the surface but perpendicular to the line is equal to one newton.

#### Erg per square millimeter Definition

A erg per square millimeter (erg/mm²) is a decimal multiple of the CGS unit of surface tension. Surface tension is denoted with the Greek letter γ (gamma) and in terms of thermodynamics can be defined as work done per unit area. Surface tension of a mass of liquid is equal to 1 erg/mm² if in order to increase the surface area of this mass of liquid by 1 mm², a quantity of work equal to one erg is required.