|pressure (Pa)||pressure (Torr)||mean free path||molecules per cm3|
|Standard atmosphere, for comparison||101.325 kPa||760||66 nm||2.5×1019|
|Vacuum cleaner||approximately 80 kPa||600||70 nm||1019|
|liquid ring vacuum pump||approximately 3.2 kPa||24||1.75 μm||1018|
|Mars atmosphere||1.155 kPa to 0.03 kPa (mean 0.6 kPa)||8.66 to 0.23|
|freeze drying||100 to 10 Pa||1 to 0.1||100 μm to 1 mm||1016 to 1015|
|rotary vane pump||100 Pa to 100 mPa||1 to 10−3||100 μm to 10 cm||1016 to 1013|
|Incandescent light bulb||10 to 1 Pa||0.1 to 0.01||1 mm to 1 cm||1015 to 1014|
|Thermos bottle||1 to 0.01 Pa||10−2 to 10−4||1 cm to 1 m||1014 to 1012|
|Earth thermosphere||1 Pa to 100 nPa||10−2 to 10−9||1 cm to 100 km||1014 to 107|
|Vacuum tube||10 µPa to 10 nPa||10−7 to 10−10||1 to 1,000 km||109 to 106|
|Cryopumped MBE chamber||100 nPa to 1 nPa||10−9 to 10−11||100 to 10,000 km||107 to 105|
|Pressure on the Moon||approximately 1 nPa||10−11||10,000 km||4×105|
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