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Units of Measure

system of metric measurements adopted 1960; founded in 7 (SI) base units representing invariable physical measure International System of Units (SI)
property length; meter m
property mass; kilogram kg
property time; second s
property electric current; ampere A
property thermodynamic temperature; kelvin k
property luminous intensity; candela cd
property amount of substance; mole mol
property place angle; radian rad
property solid angle; steradian sr
other qualities of SI, defined in terms of 7 base quantities via a system of quantity equations derived quantities
area; square meter
volume; cubic meter
speed/velocity; meter per second m/s
acceleration; meter per second squared m/s²
wave number; reciprocal meter m·¹
mass density; kilogram per cubic meter kg/m³
Created by: lfrancois