Q: What is the pressure in torr at 213 psi?

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Gragson says 3900 torr.

752 Torr = ~14.54 psi

1 Torr = about 0.02 psi

About 5,320 Torr.

1075 torr - 720 torr = 355 torr

630 torr

630 torr

its the same 235 torr

pascal (Pa) bar (bar) technical atmosphere (at) atmosphere (atm) torr (Torr) pound-force per square inch (psi) - still in widespread use in the US and Canada, notably for cars.

328,350 Torr at 4345m

There is no sound pressure, there is atmospheric pressure of 101.325 kPa equivalent to 760 mmHg (torr), 29.92 inHg or 14.696 PSI. The sound pressure is the local pressure deviation from the ambient atmospheric pressure caused by a sound wave.

Yes, there are many ways to measure pressure. * pascal (Pa) * bar * technical atmosphere (at) * atmosphere (atm) * torr (Torr) * pound-force per square inch (psi) * psia (pounds-force per square inch absolute) --- gauge pressure plus local atmospheric pressure. * psid (psi difference) --- difference between two pressures. * psig (pounds-force per square inch gauge). * psivg (psi vented gauge) --- difference between the measuring point and the local pressure. * psisg (psi sealed gauge) --- difference between a chamber of air sealed at atmospheric pressure and the pressure at the measuring point. Check out the links for MUCH more information.