The **newton-second** (also newton second; symbol: N⋅s or N s) is the derived SI unit of impulse. One newton-second corresponds to a one-newton force applied for one second. It can be used to identify the resultant velocity of a mass if a force accelerates the mass for a specific time interval.

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- 1 What is a N s equal to?
- 2 How is N s equal to KGM s?
- 3 Why is the unit of momentum N s?
- 4 Is N SA unit of momentum?
- 5 Is NS same as KGMS 1?
- 6 How do you convert ns to KG?
- 7 What is the SI unit of moment?
- 8 What is unit power?
- 9 What is angular momentum SI unit?
- 10 Why is P used for momentum?
- 11 What is KGF measure?
- 12 How do you write momentum?

## What is a N s equal to?

A nanosecond (ns) is an SI unit of time equal to one billionth of a second, that is, 1⁄1 000 000 000 of a second, or 10^{−}^{9} seconds. The term combines the prefix nano- with the basic unit for one-sixtieth of a minute. A nanosecond is equal to 1000 picoseconds or 1⁄1000 microsecond.

## How is N s equal to KGM s?

N.s= Kgm/s^2 ×s =Kgm/s. The quantity is momentum.

## Why is the unit of momentum N s?

Other Momentum Units If we consider the situation when force is equivalent to the rate of change of momentum: i.e. Force=(change in momentum)/(time interval) then, change in momentum = Force * (time interval). Therefore, the unit for momentum can be Newton-second (Ns).

## Is N SA unit of momentum?

Momentum has both magnitude and direction and thus is a vector quantity. The units of momentum are kg m s−1 or newton seconds, N s. This is often referred to as linear momentum in order to distinguish it from angular momentum.

## Is NS same as KGMS 1?

The kilogram-meter per second (kg · m/s or kg · m · s ^{–}^{1} ) is the standard unit of momentum. Reduced to base units in the International System of Units ( SI ), a kilogram-meter per second is the equivalent of a newton-second (N · s), which is the SI unit of impulse. This is equal to 16 minutes and 40 seconds.

## How do you convert ns to KG?

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- 1 N.s = 1 kg.m/s. 2 N.s = 2 kg.m/s.
- 3 N.s = 3 kg.m/s. 4 N.s = 4 kg.m/s.
- 5 N.s = 5 kg.m/s. 6 N.s = 6 kg.m/s.
- 7 N.s = 7 kg.m/s. 8 N.s = 8 kg.m/s.
- 9 N.s = 9 kg.m/s. 10 N.s = 10 kg.m/s.
- 11 N.s = 11 kg.m/s. 12 N.s = 12 kg.m/s.
- 13 N.s = 13 kg.m/s. 14 N.s = 14 kg.m/s.
- 15 N.s = 15 kg.m/s. 16 N.s = 16 kg.m/s.

## What is the SI unit of moment?

Solution: S.I unit of moment of force is Newton meters (N m).

## What is unit power?

Power (P) is the rate at which energy is transferred or converted. Thus, power equals work divided by time (P = W / t). The SI unit of power is the watt (W), in honor of Scottish inventor James Watt (1736 – 1819).

## What is angular momentum SI unit?

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, requiring the specification of both a magnitude and a direction for its complete description. Appropriate MKS or SI units for angular momentum are kilogram metres squared per second (kg-m^{2}/sec).

## Why is P used for momentum?

Clearly, were the letter “m” used, there might well be confusion with mass. The German word for momen- tum is der Impuls [sic] and the French is l’impulsion. Choosing “I” as its symbol would lead to confusion with moment of inertia and inertia. For this reason the Germans and French chose “p” for momentum.

## What is KGF measure?

The kilogram-force (kgf or kg_{F}), or kilopond (kp, from Latin: pondus, lit. ‘weight’), is a non-standard Gravitational Metric unit of force. That is, it is the weight of a kilogram under standard gravity. Therefore, one kilogram-force is by definition equal to 9.80665 N.

## How do you write momentum?

In symbols, linear momentum p is defined to be p = mv, where m is the mass of the system and v is its velocity. The SI unit for momentum is kg · m/s.