I want to convert 1.3138 kg/Nm^3 to lbm/ft^3. I've searched a lot of posts and can't find exactly what I want. I know that Nm^3 stands for "normal cubic meter" which means it is at standard temperature and pressure, but I don't know what to do with information. If I am talking about Dry Air, how would I convert that to an actual density value?
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