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Hello,
Units are incompatible. The first is a unit of mass, the second does not exist. The CGS units that involve the unit of force, the dyne, are

impulse: dyn.s
specific weight: dyn/cm^3
moment of momentum: dyn.cm.s
pressure or stess: dyn/cm^2
Young's shear and bulk modulii dyn/cm^2.

1 dyn =10^-5 N
1 dyn/cm^2 = 10^(-1)N/m^2
1 dyn/cm^3=10 N/m^3

Check your units. If I were you I would stick with rationalized MKSA (SI units).
Hope it helps.

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