**Standard gravity** is acceleration unit, symbol: [g_{0}]. Definition of 1 standard gravity ≡ 9.80665 m/s². The standard gravity (or standard acceleration of free fall) usually denoted by ɡ_{0} is the nominal gravitational acceleration of an object in a vacuum near the surface of the Earth. It is defined by standard as 9.80665 m/s².
Compared to metres per second squared, standard gravity is bigger unit.

• 1 [g_{0}] = *(exactly)* `9.80665` [m/s²]

• 1 [m/s²] = *(exactly)* `1/(9.80665)` [g_{0}] = 0.10197162129779 [g_{0}]

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Multiply convert of standard gravity to common acceleration units:

[g=? metres per second squared

=? kilometres per hour per second

=? feet per second squared

=? miles per hour per second

=? knots per second

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Acceleration units sort by **name** in ABC order

- ..to feet per hour per second
*(British/American)* - ..to feet per minute per second
*(British/American)* - ..to feet per second squared
*(British/American)* - ..to galileo
*(Metric)* - ..to inches per hour per second
*(British/American)* - ..to inches per minute per second
*(British/American)* - ..to inches per second squared
*(British/American)* - ..to kilometres per hour per second
*(Metric)* - ..to kilometres per minute per second
*(Metric)* - ..to kilometres per second squared
*(Metric)* - ..to knots per second
- ..to metres per hour per second
*(Metric)* - ..to metres per minute per second
*(Metric)* - ..to metres per second squared
*(Metric)* - ..to miles per hour per second
*(British/American)* - ..to miles per minute per second
*(British/American)* - ..to miles per second squared
*(British/American)*

nist.gov - value of standard acceleration of gravity. http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bi...