- kilogram (force) per square centimeter
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**kgf/cm**or^{2}**kg/cm**or^{2}**kgsc**)a common metric unit of pressure equal to 98.0665 kilopascals (see below) or about 14.2234 pounds per square inch (lbf/in^{2}or psi). Similarly, one kilogram force per square meter is equal to 9.806 65 pascals.

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