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|SI unit(s)||6.45×10-4 m2·s-1
|Imperial/US unit(s)||6.94×10-3 ft2·s-1
|Other unit(s)||6.45 St
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The cgs physical unit for kinematic viscosity is the stokes (St), named after George Gabriel Stokes. It is sometimes expressed in terms of centiStokes (cSt). In U.S. usage, stoke is sometimes used as the singular form.
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