# kilopond

#### Kilopascal vs Kilopond - What's the difference?

kilopascal | kilopond |

## As nouns the difference between kilopascal and kilopond

is that kilopascal is one thousand (1000) pascals, symbol kpa while kilopond is a gravitational metric unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by a mass off one kilogram in the standard gravity (ie at the surface of the earth).

#### Kilopound vs Kilopond - What's the difference?

kilopound | kilopond |

## As nouns the difference between kilopound and kilopond

is that kilopound is a non-si unit of force equal to 1000 pounds-force while kilopond is a gravitational metric unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by a mass off one kilogram in the standard gravity (ie at the surface of the earth).

#### Kgf vs Kilopond - What's the difference?

kgf | kilopond | Synonyms |

## As a symbol kgf

is kilogram-force a non-si unit of force, being the force exerted on one kilogram of mass by a gravitational field of 1 standard gravity, and so equal to 980665 newtons.

## As a noun kilopond is

a gravitational metric unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by a mass off one kilogram in the standard gravity (ie at the surface of the earth).

#### Kp vs Kilopond - What's the difference?

kp | kilopond | Synonyms |

## As a symbol kp

is the iso 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for democratic people's republic of korea.

## As a noun kilopond is

a gravitational metric unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by a mass off one kilogram in the standard gravity (ie at the surface of the earth).

#### Kilogram vs Kilopond - What's the difference?

kilogram | kilopond |

## As nouns the difference between kilogram and kilopond

is that kilogram is in the international system of units, the base unit of mass; conceived of as the mass of one liter of water, and now defined as the mass of a specific cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy kept at the international bureau of weights and measures in france symbol: kg while kilopond is a gravitational metric unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted by a mass off one kilogram in the standard gravity (ie at the surface of the earth).