Perform the following pressure conversions, assuming when necessary that atmospheric pressure is 1atm unless otherwise stated, the given pressures are absolute. (a) 2600mm Hg to psi (b) 275 ft H 2 O to kPa (c) 3.00atm to N/cm 2 (d) 280cm Hg to dyne/m 2 (e) 20 cm Hg of vacuum to atm (absolute) (f) 25.0 psig to mm Hg

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Perform the following pressure conversions, assuming when necessary that atmospheric pressure is 1atm unless otherwise stated, the given pressures are absolute.

(a) 2600mm Hg to psi

(b) 275 ft H2O to kPa

(c) 3.00atm to N/cm2

(d) 280cm Hg to dyne/m2

(e) 20 cm Hg of vacuum to atm (absolute)

(f) 25.0 psig to mm Hg (gauge)

(g) 25.0 psig to mm Hg (absolute)

(h) 325 mm Hg to mm Hg gauge

(i) 35.0 psi to cm of carbon tetrachloride

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