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Room temperature and pressure:

I know room temperature is 25 C (298K)

Does anybody know what room pressure is in kilopascals? (1.001????)


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Room temperature and pressure:

I know room temperature is 25 C (298K)

Does anybody know what room pressure is in kilopascals? (1.001????)
101325 Pa = 101 kPa
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According to Wikipedia, it's 101.3 kPa.
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