Convert dyne to sthene
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Definition and details for dyne:
Dyne (symbol "dyn", from Greek δύναμις "dynamis" meaning power, force) is the CGS unit of force. One dyne is the force that accelerates a mass of one gram at the rate of one centimeter per second per second. One dyne is equal to exactly 10-5 newton, or about 2.248 x 10-6 pound of force (lbf) in the traditional English system.
Definition and details for sthene:
Sthène (sn) is a metric unit of force in meter-tonne-second system of units. One sthene is the force that will accelerate a mass of 1 metric ton (1000 kilograms) by 1 meter per second per second. One sthene is equal to 1000 newtons, or 108 dynes, or 224.809 pounds of force or 7233.01 poundals. The name comes from the Greek word σθένος, strength.