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Ciśnienie normalneciśnienie równe 101 325 Pa[1], czyli 1 atmosferze fizycznej, jeden z parametrów warunków normalnych. W przybliżeniu odpowiada ciśnieniu atmosferycznemu.

1 atm = 1,0333227 at = 760 Tr = 101325 Pa = 101325 N/m²

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  1. normal, [w:] A.D. McNaught, A. Wilkinson, Compendium of Chemical Terminology (Gold Book), S.J. Chalk (akt.), International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, wyd. 2, Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1997, DOI10.1351/goldbook.N04211, ISBN 0-9678550-9-8 (ang.).
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