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Scientific Units

What is the SI for temperature? Kelvin (K)
SI unit for amount of substance Mole (mol)
Imperial unit for temperature Farenheight (F)
SI unit for pressure Pascal
Metric unit for temperature Celsius (C)
SI unit for mass Kilogram
SI unit for distance Meter (M)
SI unit for time Second (s)
What is the density of water? 1 g/mL
What is water's specific heat capacity? 4.184 J/g×°C
What is Avogadro's number 6.022x10^23
1,000,000 meters 1 megameter
.00000001 meters (1.0x10^-9) 1 nanometer
.000000000001 meters (1.0x^-12) 1 picometer
What is an Angstrom? 10^-10 meters
What is Plank's constant? 6.626x10^-34 meters squared kg per sec
How many centimeters are in an inch? 2.51 cm
1 Newton is how many pounds of force? 0.225 lbs (from Newtons to pounds divide by 4.48)
What is light's speed? 299,792,458 meters per second
What is sound's speed? 343 meters per second
SI unit for luminous intensity? Candela
SI unit for radiance? Watt
SI unit for electric current? Ampere (1coulomb per second)
Inductance Henry
Magnetic Induction Tesla
Electrical Conductance Siemens
Square Meter per Second Kinematic Velocity
Mole per Cubic Meter Concentration of Substance
Candela per Square Meter Luminence
Radian per Second Angular Velocity
Radian per Second Squared Angular Acceleration
Joule Second Angular Momentum
Newton Second Momentum (L)
Pascal Second Dynamic Viscosity
Newton per Meter Surface Tension
Newton Meter Moment of Force
Watt per Square Meter Heat Flux Density, Irradiance
Joule per Kelvin Heat Capacity, Entropy
Joule per Kilogram Kelvin Specific Heat Capacity, Specific Entropy
Joule per Kilogram Specific Energy
1852 Meters Nautical Mile
Velocity Knot
Area Hectare or Acre
Pressure Bar
Activity (of a radionuclide) Curie
Also Pressure Torr
Resistance Ohm
Frequency Hertz
Energy, Work, Heat Joule
Electric Charge or Amount of Electricity Coulomb
Intensity of Sound or Power Level of an Electrical Signal Decibel
Electrical Capacitance Farad
Electrical Potential Volt
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