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Unit Conversions

Questions - Chapter 0

List some of the commonly length units used? Centimeter, inch, foot (ft), & meter
What are the two examples of mass? grams & kilograms
List all of the units of time? seconds, hours, & minutes
List all of the temperature units? Fahrenheit, Kelvin, & Celsius
What is the unit used for amount of substances? mole
A combination of fundamental units? Derived Units
Force - Derived Unit - ________________ kg*m/s^2
Work, Heat, Energy - Derived Unit kg*m^2/s^2=N*m
Temperature K-273
Catalytic Activity mol/s
Force = Newton
Abbreviation of Newton N
Work, Heat, Energy = Joule
Abbreviation of Joule J
Temperature = Celsius
Abbreviation of Celsius C
Catalytic Activity = Katal
Abbreviation of Katal kat
Nanometer 1x10^___m -9
Micrometer 1x10^___m -6
Millimeter = 10^___ or decimal format = -3 or 0.001
Centimeter = 10^___ or 0.01m -2
Decimeter = 10^___ -1
Kilogram = 1000 or 10^___ 3
Mega is equal to a million and its = to 10^___ 6th
Giga is a billikon and its = to 10^_ 9th
Femto (f) = 10^___ -15
Tetra (T) = 10^_____ 12
What is the opposite of Nanometer 10^-9? Giga 10^9
What is the opposite of Micrometer 10^-6? Mega 10^6
Created by: 1StellarStar