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Define spring constant What is its unit?

The rate or spring constant of a spring is the change in the force it exerts, divided by An extension or compression spring has units of force divided by distance, law which states that the force a spring exerts is proportional to its extension.


How do you calculate the work done in extending a spring using hooke's law?

The extension of a spring is in direct proportion with the load added to it as long as this load does not exceed the elastic limit.F = -kxwhereF is the restoring force exerted by the material (in SI units: N);x is the displacement of the end of the spring from its equilibrium position (in SI units: m);k is the force constant (or spring constant) (in SI units: N·m-1 or kgs-2).


What is the relationship between force applied to a spring and the stretch of the spring?

That is called the Spring Constant. It describes the amount of deformation of the spring, either stretch or compression, in units of distance deformed for each unit of force applied.


What can you get from hooke's law?

Mathematically, Hooke's law states that: F = -kx, Where, x is the displacement of the end of the spring from its equilibrium position (in SI units: "m"); F is the restoring force exerted by the material (in SI units: "N" or kgms-2); and k is the force constant (or spring constant) (in SI units: "N·m-1" or "kgs-2").    


Is a spring constant of 47.49 unreasonable?

Not knowing what units you are using (is that newtons per meter? pounds per inch? gram-force per micron?), and what type of spring you are talking about, little can be said about that.


How do you calculate the natural length of a spring with hooke's law?

Hooke's law is not related to any "natural length". Rather, it defines a string constant: how much the string extends or compresses, depending on the applied force. In SI units, the spring constant would be measured in newton/meter.


What are the units for the spring constant k?

The formula is F = kx, so solving for "k", you get k = F/x; in other words, a force divided by a distance. In SI units, you would use newtons / meter.


What are the units of the Rydberg constant?

The units are m-1 or per metre.


What customary units is the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of a coffee pot?

Since there are no following units, the answer must be none of them!Since there are no following units, the answer must be none of them!Since there are no following units, the answer must be none of them!Since there are no following units, the answer must be none of them!


What are the units for a spring constant?

Hooke's Law can be stated as:F = -kxWhere x is the displacement, k is some constant, and the negative sign means that the force is in a direction opposite to the displacement.Solving for the constant k gives:k = -F/xIn SI, this would give it units of Newton / meter, but any other convenient unit can be used, for example, Newton / centimeter.


If the ideal gas constant has a value of 0.0821 what are ts units?

The units for the gas constant of 0.0821 are liter-atmospheres/mole-Kelvin


What is the units of phase constant?

Unit of Phase constant is Radians per metre .


What is the dimensional formula of Rydburg's constant?

The units for Rydberg's constant are [L-1].


What is the unit of acid ionization constant?

the acid ionization constant (Ka) has no units


Define the following write the units and formula?

define the following write the units and formula


What units do you use on the spring scale?

The unit used on spring scales is 'Newtons.'


What is the importance of your choice of units in expressing the value of the ideal gas law constant?

If any other units are used, the value will be different. --Depending on the units you chose the value of the constant differs


What is the gas constant in SI units?

Joules/K.mol


If you where to measure a length of a fence which of the following S1 units would you use?

There are no "following" units, but I would use metres.


What is the gas constant in US units for carbon dioxide?

1,130 Imperial Units (ft lb/slug oR)


How many degrees does one inch equal?

There is no constant relationship between units of length and units of angle.


Which of the following units is part of SI?

Which following? SI units are the meter, the Celsius, the kilogram, the candela, the Pascal, the joule and the ampere.


What units are used when weighing with a spring scale?

Newton in SI Pounds in US Customery units system


How do you graph a constant?

The graph of y = c, a constant will be a straight line parallel to the x-axis and c units from it..


What is the possible units on time?

sec