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  Newton is a unit in the SI systeme international of units and measurements.  It is a unit for force.

Related units are:
     momentum = mass*velocity : kg-m/sec,
     impulse = force * time = kg-m/sec
     acceleration  = velocity/time = m/sec²
     moment of force = force * distance = Newton-meter
     force constant of a spring = k = force / distance = Newtons/meter
     torque = couple = force * distance = Newton-meter

universal gravitational constant : G = Newton-m²/kg²
  pressure =  force /area = Newtons/m²
  surface tension =  Newtons/meter
  work = energy = force * distance = Newton-meter

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