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  • Sciencez,

    1) Straight from Wikipedia “lossy” compression is a data encoding method that compresses data by discarding (losing) some of it. In other words no loss of accuracy in unit conversion. Something I’m sure you knew.

    2) Second result on Google http://www.convertunits.com/from/oz-in/to/N-m. I think RobertC understood you just fine but was encouraging a DIY approach.

    I personally prefer SI but have no problems converting the relative data for myself since no data sheet has all there units cross converted to all possible units.

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