Pascals to Atmospheres Conversion
Enter the pressure in pascals below to get the value converted to atmospheres.
How to Convert Pascals to Atmospheres
To convert a pascal measurement to an atmosphere measurement, divide the pressure by the conversion ratio.
Since one atmosphere is equal to 101,325 pascals, you can use this simple formula to convert:
The pressure in atmospheres is equal to the pascals divided by 101,325.
Pascals and atmospheres are both units used to measure pressure. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
The pascal is the SI derived unit for pressure in the metric system. Pascals can be abbreviated as Pa; for example, 1 pascal can be written as 1 Pa.
Pascals can be expressed using the formula:
1 Pa = 1 N / m2
Pressure in pascals is equal to the force in newtons divided by the area in square meters.
The atmosphere is a reference measure of pressure equal to 101,325 pascals or 1,013,250 dynes. The atmosphere was originally defined as the pressure of 760 millimeters of mercury at standard gravity at 0 °C, but was later redefined in 1954 to be equal to 1,013,250 dynes.
Atmospheres can be abbreviated as atm; for example, 1 atmosphere can be written as 1 atm.
Pascal to Atmosphere Conversion Table
|1 Pa||0.0000098692 atm|
|2 Pa||0.000019738 atm|
|3 Pa||0.000029608 atm|
|4 Pa||0.000039477 atm|
|5 Pa||0.000049346 atm|
|6 Pa||0.000059215 atm|
|7 Pa||0.000069085 atm|
|8 Pa||0.000078954 atm|
|9 Pa||0.000088823 atm|
|10 Pa||0.000098692 atm|
|100 Pa||0.000987 atm|
|1,000 Pa||0.009869 atm|
|10,000 Pa||0.098692 atm|
|100,000 Pa||0.986923 atm|
|1,000,000 Pa||9.8692 atm|