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## Interface Torque

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`public interface Torque\nextends Quantity`
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This interface represents the moment of a force. The system unit for this\n quantity is "N\xc2\xb7m" (Newton-Meter).\n \n

Note: The Newton-metre ("N\xc2\xb7m") is also a way of exressing a Joule (unit\n of energy). However, torque is not energy. So, to avoid confusion, we\n will use the units "N\xc2\xb7m" for torque and not "J". This distinction occurs\n due to the scalar nature of energy and the vector nature of torque.

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### Field Summary

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`static Unit<Torque>``UNIT`\n
Holds the SI unit (Syst\xc3\xa8me International d\'Unit\xc3\xa9s) for this quantity.
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### Field Detail

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#### UNIT

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`static final Unit<Torque> UNIT`
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Holds the SI unit (Syst\xc3\xa8me International d\'Unit\xc3\xa9s) for this quantity.
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