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SI Derived Units

CAVA Chemistry

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SI base unit: [...] - length SI base unit: meter (m) - length
SI base unit: [...] - mass SI base unit: kilogram (kg) - mass
SI base unit: [...] - temperature SI base unit: Kelvin (K) - temperature
SI base unit: [...] - time SI base unit: second (s) - time
SI base unit: [...] - number of particles (lesson says 'amount of substance', which is misleading) SI base unit: mole (mol) - number of particles (lesson says 'amount of substance', which is misleading)
SI base unit: [...] - light intensity SI base unit: candela (cd) - light intensity
SI base unit: [...] - electrical current SI base unit: ampere (A) - electrical current
Combinations of SI base units (such as volume [m^3] and density [kg/m^3]) will result in SI [...] units. Combinations of SI base units (such as volume [m^3] and density [kg/m^3]) will result in SI derived units.
a liter is an SI [...] unit for volume a liter is an SI derived unit for volume
one liter (L) is equal to [...] one liter (L) is equal to 1,000 cm^3
[...] and concentration are measured in SI derived units. Density and concentration are measured in SI derived units.
Density and [...] are measured in SI derived units. Density and concentration are measured in SI derived units.
Density and concentration are measured in SI [...] units. Density and concentration are measured in SI derived units.
Energy can be expressed in calories and [...]. Energy can be expressed in calories and joules.
Energy can be expressed in [...] and joules. Energy can be expressed in calories and joules.
the volt is an SI derived unit for electrical [...]. the volt is an SI derived unit for electrical potential.
the [...] is an SI derived unit for electrical potential. the volt is an SI derived unit for electrical potential.
Created by: mr.shapard