What depth equals 100 bar?

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If you mean in the ocean, approximately every 10 meters pressure increases by 1 bar. Assuming you want absolute pressure, at the surface you already have a pressure of approximately 1 bar - the atmospheric pressure. You can base your calculations on that.

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