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Metric unit for weight

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The metric unit of weight (or any other force such as that of a stretched spring, or a bat striking a ball, or a locomotive pulling a train) is called the newton.

Newton is the unit of weight (exactly of force) in the SI; in base units is kg.m/s2.

Don't make a confusion with the mass (where the unit is the kilogram).

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