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SI Units

The 7 basic SI Units and 22 SI coherent derived units.

length meter (m)
mass kilogram (kg)
time second (s)
electric current ampere (A)
thermodynamic temperature kelvin (K)
amount of substance mole (mol)
luminous intensity candela (cd)
plane angle radian (rad)
solid angle steradian (sr)
frequency hertz (Hz)
force newton (N)
pressure, stress pascal (Pa)
energy, work, amount of heat Joule (J)
power, radiant flux watt (W)
electric charge, amount of electricity coulomb (C)
electric potential difference, electromotive force volt (V)
capacitance farad (F)
electrical resistance ohm (Ω)
electric conductance siemens (S)
magnetic flux weber (Wb)
magnetic flux density tesla (T)
inductance henry (H)
temperature degree Celsius (°C)
luminous flux lumen (lm)
illuminace lux (lx)
activity referred to a radionuclide (radioactivity) becquerel (Bq)
absorbed dose, specific energy (imparted), kerma gray (Gy)
dose equivalent and any variety thereof sievert (Sv)
catalytic activity katal (kat)
Created by: jacob.coy