This file contains externally imported content from the Unit Ontology (UO) for import into the Open Energy Ontology (OEO). It is automatically extracted using ROBOT.
unit
unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the distance between two points." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
length unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the distance between two points." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
length unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of matter/energy of a physical object." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
mass unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of matter/energy of a physical object." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
mass unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the dimension in which events occur in sequence." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
time derived unit
time unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the dimension in which events occur in sequence." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
time derived unit
time unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the flow of electric charge." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
electric current unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the flow of electric charge." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
electric current unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a sample of matter." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
temperature derived unit
temperature unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a sample of matter." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
temperature derived unit
temperature unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the wavelength-weighted power emitted by a light source in a particular direction." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
luminous intensity unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the wavelength-weighted power emitted by a light source in a particular direction." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
luminous intensity unit
"A length unit which is equal to the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a second." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
m
metre
meter
"A length unit which is equal to the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a second." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
m
metre
meter
"A mass unit which is equal to the mass of the International Prototype Kilogram kept by the BIPM at Svres, France." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
kg
kilogram
"A mass unit which is equal to the mass of the International Prototype Kilogram kept by the BIPM at Svres, France." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
kg
kilogram
"A time unit which is equal to the duration of 9 192 631 770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the caesium 133 atom." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
s
second
"A time unit which is equal to the duration of 9 192 631 770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the caesium 133 atom." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
s
second
"An electric current unit which is equal to the constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross-section, and placed 1 m apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 x 10^[-7] newton per meter of length." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
A
ampere
"An electric current unit which is equal to the constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross-section, and placed 1 m apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2 x 10^[-7] newton per meter of length." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
A
ampere
"A thermodynamic temperature unit which is equal to the fraction 1/273.16 of the thermodynamic temperature of the triple point of water." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
K
kelvin
"A thermodynamic temperature unit which is equal to the fraction 1/273.16 of the thermodynamic temperature of the triple point of water." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
K
kelvin
"A luminous intensity unit which equal to the luminous intensity, in a given direction, of a source that emits monochromatic radiation of frequency 540 x 1012 hertz and that has a radiant intensity in that direction of 1/683 watt per steradian." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
cd
candela
"A luminous intensity unit which equal to the luminous intensity, in a given direction, of a source that emits monochromatic radiation of frequency 540 x 1012 hertz and that has a radiant intensity in that direction of 1/683 watt per steradian." [BIPM:BIPM, NIST:NIST]
cd
candela
"A length unit which is equal to one thousandth of a meter or 10^[-3] m." [NIST:NIST]
millimetre
mm
millimeter
"A length unit which is equal to one thousandth of a meter or 10^[-3] m." [NIST:NIST]
millimetre
mm
millimeter
"A mass unit which is equal to one thousandth of a kilogram or 10^[-3] kg." [NIST:NIST]
g
gram
"A mass unit which is equal to one thousandth of a kilogram or 10^[-3] kg." [NIST:NIST]
g
gram
"A temperature unit which is equal to one kelvin degree. However, they have their zeros at different points. The centigrade scale has its zero at 273.15 K." [NIST:NIST]
C
degree Celsius
"A temperature unit which is equal to one kelvin degree. However, they have their zeros at different points. The centigrade scale has its zero at 273.15 K." [NIST:NIST]
C
degree Celsius
"A time unit which is equal to 60 seconds." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
min
minute
"A time unit which is equal to 60 seconds." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
min
minute
"A time unit which is equal to 3600 seconds or 60 minutes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
h
hour
"A time unit which is equal to 3600 seconds or 60 minutes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
h
hour
"A time unit which is equal to 24 hours." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
day
day
"A time unit which is equal to 24 hours." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
"A time unit which is equal to 7 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
week
"A time unit which is equal to 7 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
week
"A time unit which is approximately equal to the length of time of one of cycle of the moon's phases which in science is taken to be equal to 30 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
month
"A time unit which is approximately equal to the length of time of one of cycle of the moon's phases which in science is taken to be equal to 30 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
month
"A time unit which is equal to 12 months which in science is taken to be equal to 365.25 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
year
"A time unit which is equal to 12 months which in science is taken to be equal to 365.25 days." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
year
"A unit which is one of a particular measure to which all measures of that type can be related." [NIST:NIST]
base unit
"A unit which is one of a particular measure to which all measures of that type can be related." [NIST:NIST]
base unit
prefix
prefix
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of a 2-dimensional flat surface." [UOC:GVG]
area unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of a 2-dimensional flat surface." [UOC:GVG]
area unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of how much of a given substance there is mixed with another substance." [UOC:GVG]
concentration unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of how much of a given substance there is mixed with another substance." [UOC:GVG]
concentration unit
"A density unit which is a standard measure of the mass of a substance in a given volume." [UOC:GVG]
mass per unit volume
mass density unit
"A density unit which is a standard measure of the mass of a substance in a given volume." [UOC:GVG]
mass per unit volume
mass density unit
"A density unit which is a standard measure of the mass exerting an influence on a given area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
mass per unit area unit
area density unit
"A density unit which is a standard measure of the mass exerting an influence on a given area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
mass per unit area unit
area density unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the number of rotations in a given time." [NIST:NIST]
rotational frequency unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the number of rotations in a given time." [NIST:NIST]
rotational frequency unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the rate of movement. Speed is measured in the same physical units of measurement as velocity, but does not contain the element of direction that velocity has. Speed is thus the magnitude component of velocity." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
speed/velocity unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the rate of movement. Speed is measured in the same physical units of measurement as velocity, but does not contain the element of direction that velocity has. Speed is thus the magnitude component of velocity." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
speed/velocity unit
"An area unit which is equal to an area enclosed by a square with sides each 1 meter long." [NIST:NIST]
m^[2]
square metre
square meter
"An area unit which is equal to an area enclosed by a square with sides each 1 meter long." [NIST:NIST]
m^[2]
square metre
square meter
"An area unit which is equal to one millionth of a square meter or 10^[-6] m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
mm^[2]
square millimetre
square millimeter
"An area unit which is equal to one millionth of a square meter or 10^[-6] m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
mm^[2]
square millimetre
square millimeter
"A mass unit density which is equal to mass of an object in kilograms divided by the volume in cubic meters." [UOC:GVG]
kg/m^[3]
kilogram per cubic metre
kilogram per cubic meter
"A mass unit density which is equal to mass of an object in kilograms divided by the volume in cubic meters." [UOC:GVG]
kg/m^[3]
kilogram per cubic metre
kilogram per cubic meter
"An area density unit which is equal to the mass of an object in kilograms divided by the surface area in meters squared." [NIST:NIST]
kg/m^[2]
kilogram per square metre
kilogram per square meter
"An area density unit which is equal to the mass of an object in kilograms divided by the surface area in meters squared." [NIST:NIST]
kg/m^[2]
kilogram per square metre
kilogram per square meter
"A rotational frequency unit which is equal to the number complete turn in a period of time that equals to 1 second." [NIST:NIST]
1/s
one turn per second
turns per second
"A rotational frequency unit which is equal to the number complete turn in a period of time that equals to 1 second." [NIST:NIST]
1/s
one turn per second
turns per second
"A speed/velocity unit which is equal to the speed of an object traveling 1 meter distance in one second." [NIST:NIST]
m/s
metre per second
meter per second
"A speed/velocity unit which is equal to the speed of an object traveling 1 meter distance in one second." [NIST:NIST]
m/s
metre per second
meter per second
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of space occupied by any substance, whether solid, liquid, or gas." [NIST:NIST]
volume unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of space occupied by any substance, whether solid, liquid, or gas." [NIST:NIST]
volume unit
"A volume unit which is equal to the volume of a cube with edges one meter in length. One cubic meter equals to 1000 liters." [NIST:NIST]
cubic metre
m^[3]
cubic meter
"A volume unit which is equal to the volume of a cube with edges one meter in length. One cubic meter equals to 1000 liters." [NIST:NIST]
cubic metre
m^[3]
cubic meter
"A volume unit which is equal to one millionth of a cubic meter or 10^[-9] m^[3], or to 1 ml." [NIST:NIST]
cc
cm^3
cubic centimetre
cubic centimeter
"A volume unit which is equal to one millionth of a cubic meter or 10^[-9] m^[3], or to 1 ml." [NIST:NIST]
cc
cm^3
cubic centimetre
cubic centimeter
"A volume unit which is equal to one thousandth of a cubic meter or 10^[-3] m^[3], or to 1 decimeter." [NIST:NIST]
L
l
litre
liter
"A volume unit which is equal to one thousandth of a cubic meter or 10^[-3] m^[3], or to 1 decimeter." [NIST:NIST]
L
l
litre
liter
"A unit which is a standard measure of the number of repetitive actions in a particular time." [NIST:NIST]
frequency unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the number of repetitive actions in a particular time." [NIST:NIST]
frequency unit
"A frequency unit which is equal to 1 complete cycle of a recurring phenomenon in 1 second." [NIST:NIST]
Hz
s^1
hertz
"A frequency unit which is equal to 1 complete cycle of a recurring phenomenon in 1 second." [NIST:NIST]
Hz
s^1
hertz
"A unit which is a standard measure of the force is applied when a mass is accelerated." [NIST:NIST]
force unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the force is applied when a mass is accelerated." [NIST:NIST]
force unit
"A force unit which is equal to the force required to cause an acceleration of 1m/s2 of a mass of 1 Kg in the direction of the force." [NIST:NIST]
N
newton
"A force unit which is equal to the force required to cause an acceleration of 1m/s2 of a mass of 1 Kg in the direction of the force." [NIST:NIST]
N
newton
"A unit which is a standard measure of the force applied to a given area." [NIST:NIST]
pressure unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the force applied to a given area." [NIST:NIST]
pressure unit
"A pressure unit which is equal to the pressure or stress on a surface caused by a force of 1 newton spread over a surface of 1 m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
Pa
pascal
"A pressure unit which is equal to the pressure or stress on a surface caused by a force of 1 newton spread over a surface of 1 m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
Pa
pascal
"A unit which is a standard measure of the work done by a certain force (gravitational, electric, magnetic, force of inertia, etc)." [NIST:NIST]
energy unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the work done by a certain force (gravitational, electric, magnetic, force of inertia, etc)." [NIST:NIST]
energy unit
"An energy unit which is equal to the energy required when a force of 1 newton moves an object 1 meter in the direction of the force." [NIST:NIST]
J
joule
"An energy unit which is equal to the energy required when a force of 1 newton moves an object 1 meter in the direction of the force." [NIST:NIST]
J
joule
"A unit which is a standard measure power or the rate of doing work." [NIST:NIST]
power unit
"A unit which is a standard measure power or the rate of doing work." [NIST:NIST]
power unit
"A power unit which is equal to the power used when work is done at the rate of 1 joule per second." [NIST:NIST]
W
watt
"A power unit which is equal to the power used when work is done at the rate of 1 joule per second." [NIST:NIST]
W
watt
"A unit which is a standard measure of the luminous flux incident on a unit area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
illuminance unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the luminous flux incident on a unit area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
illuminance unit
"An illuminance unit which is equal to the illuminance produced by 1 lumen evenly spread over an area 1 m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
lx
lux
"An illuminance unit which is equal to the illuminance produced by 1 lumen evenly spread over an area 1 m^[2]." [NIST:NIST]
lx
lux
"A unit which is a standard measure of the flow of radiant energy." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
luminous flux unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the flow of radiant energy." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
luminous flux unit
"A luminous flux unit which is equal to the luminous flux emitted into 1 steradian by a point source of 1 candela." [NIST:NIST]
lm
lumen
"A luminous flux unit which is equal to the luminous flux emitted into 1 steradian by a point source of 1 candela." [NIST:NIST]
lm
lumen
"A unit which is a standard measure of the figure or space formed by the junction of two lines or planes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
angle unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the figure or space formed by the junction of two lines or planes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
angle unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the angle formed by two straight lines in the same plane." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
plane angle unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the angle formed by two straight lines in the same plane." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
plane angle unit
"A plane angle unit which is equal to the angle subtended at the center of a circle by an arc equal in length to the radius of the circle, approximately 57 degrees 17 minutes and 44.6 seconds." [NIST:NIST]
rad
radian
"A plane angle unit which is equal to the angle subtended at the center of a circle by an arc equal in length to the radius of the circle, approximately 57 degrees 17 minutes and 44.6 seconds." [NIST:NIST]
rad
radian
"A unit which is a standard measure of the power of electromagnetic radiation at a surface, per unit area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
irradiance unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the power of electromagnetic radiation at a surface, per unit area." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
irradiance unit
"An irradiance unit which is equal to 1 watt of radiant power incident per one square meter surface area." [NIST:NIST]
W/m^[2]
watt per square metre
watt per square meter
"An irradiance unit which is equal to 1 watt of radiant power incident per one square meter surface area." [NIST:NIST]
W/m^[2]
watt per square metre
watt per square meter
"A unit which is a standard measure of the intensity of light." [NIST:NIST]
light unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the intensity of light." [NIST:NIST]
light unit
"A dimensionless concentration notation which describes the amount of one substance in another. It is the ratio of the amount of the substance of interest to the amount of that substance plus the amount of the substance." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
parts per notation unit
"A dimensionless concentration notation which describes the amount of one substance in another. It is the ratio of the amount of the substance of interest to the amount of that substance plus the amount of the substance." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
parts per notation unit
"A dimensionless concentration notation which denotes the amount of a given substance in a total amount of 1,000,000 regardless of the units of measure used as long as they are the same or 1 part in 10^[6]." [UOC:GVG]
10^[-6]
ppm
parts per million
"A dimensionless concentration notation which denotes the amount of a given substance in a total amount of 1,000,000 regardless of the units of measure used as long as they are the same or 1 part in 10^[6]." [UOC:GVG]
10^[-6]
ppm
parts per million
"A unit which is a standard measure of the influence exerted by some mass." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
density unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the influence exerted by some mass." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
density unit
"A plane angle unit which is equal to 1/360 of a full rotation or 1.7453310^[-2] rad." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
degree
"A plane angle unit which is equal to 1/360 of a full rotation or 1.7453310^[-2] rad." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
degree
"A unit which is a standard measure of physical quantity consisting of only a numerical number without any units." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
dimensionless unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of physical quantity consisting of only a numerical number without any units." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
dimensionless unit
"A dimensionless ratio unit which denotes numbers as fractions of 100." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
%
percent
"A dimensionless ratio unit which denotes numbers as fractions of 100." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
%
percent
"A dimensionless unit which denoted an irrational real number, approximately equal to 3.14159 which is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter in Euclidean geometry." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
pi
"A dimensionless unit which denoted an irrational real number, approximately equal to 3.14159 which is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter in Euclidean geometry." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
pi
"A dimensionless unit which denotes a simple count of things." [MGED:MGED]
count
count unit
"A dimensionless unit which denotes a simple count of things." [MGED:MGED]
count
count unit
"A dimensionless unit which denotes an amount or magnitude of one quantity relative to another." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
ratio unit
"A dimensionless unit which denotes an amount or magnitude of one quantity relative to another." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
ratio unit
"A dimensionless concentration notation which denotes the acidity of a solution in terms of activity of hydrogen ions (H+)." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
pH
"A dimensionless concentration notation which denotes the acidity of a solution in terms of activity of hydrogen ions (H+)." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
pH
"A unit which is a standard measure of the work done per unit charge as a charge is moved between two points in an electric field." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
electric potential difference unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the work done per unit charge as a charge is moved between two points in an electric field." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
electric potential difference unit
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to the work per unit charge. One volt is the potential difference required to move one coulomb of charge between two points in a circuit while using one joule of energy." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
V
volt
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to the work per unit charge. One volt is the potential difference required to move one coulomb of charge between two points in a circuit while using one joule of energy." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
V
volt
"A unit which is a standard measure of the quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or negative) and construed as an excess or deficiency of electrons." [WordNet:WordNet]
electric charge
"A unit which is a standard measure of the quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or negative) and construed as an excess or deficiency of electrons." [WordNet:WordNet]
electric charge
"An electrical charge unit which is equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second." [WordNet:WordNet]
C
coulomb
"An electrical charge unit which is equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second." [WordNet:WordNet]
C
coulomb
"An energy unit which is equal to the amount of electrical energy equivalent to a one-watt load drawing power for one hour." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
Wh
watt-hour
"An energy unit which is equal to the amount of electrical energy equivalent to a one-watt load drawing power for one hour." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
Wh
watt-hour
"An energy unit which is equal to 1,000 watt-hours." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
kilowatt-hour
"An energy unit which is equal to 1,000 watt-hours." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
kilowatt-hour
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of information." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
information unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the amount of information." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
information unit
"An information unit which refers to a digit in the binary numeral system, which consists of base 2 digits (ie there are only 2 possible values: 0 or 1)." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
bit
"An information unit which refers to a digit in the binary numeral system, which consists of base 2 digits (ie there are only 2 possible values: 0 or 1)." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
bit
"An information unit which is equal to 8 bits." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
B
byte
"An information unit which is equal to 8 bits." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
B
byte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 bytes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
kB
kilobyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 bytes." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
kB
kilobyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 kB." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
MB
megabyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 kB." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
MB
megabyte
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to one thousand volts or 10^[3] V." [UOC:GVG]
kV
kilovolt
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to one thousand volts or 10^[3] V." [UOC:GVG]
kV
kilovolt
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to one million volts or 10^[6] V." [UOC:GVG]
MV
megavolt
"An electric potential difference unit which is equal to one million volts or 10^[6] V." [UOC:GVG]
MV
megavolt
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of the transmission of an entity through a medium." [UOC:GVG]
conduction unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of the transmission of an entity through a medium." [UOC:GVG]
conduction unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of the movement of electrically charged particles through a transmission medium (electrical conductor)." [UOC:GVG]
electrical conduction unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement of the movement of electrically charged particles through a transmission medium (electrical conductor)." [UOC:GVG]
electrical conduction unit
"An electrical conduction unit which is equal to A/V." [NIST:NIST]
A V^-1
mho
S
siemens
"An electrical conduction unit which is equal to A/V." [NIST:NIST]
A V^-1
mho
S
siemens
"A unit which is a standard measure of the volume of fluid which passes through a given surface per unit time ." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
volumetric flow rate unit
"A unit which is a standard measure of the volume of fluid which passes through a given surface per unit time ." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
volumetric flow rate unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement occurrence of a process per unit time." [UOC:GVG]
rate unit
"A unit which represents a standard measurement occurrence of a process per unit time." [UOC:GVG]
rate unit
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 24." [UO:GVG]
10^[24]
Y
yotta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 24." [UO:GVG]
10^[24]
Y
yotta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one hundred." [UO:GVG]
10^[2]
h
hecto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one hundred." [UO:GVG]
10^[2]
h
hecto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 21." [UO:GVG]
10^[21]
Z
zetta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 21." [UO:GVG]
10^[21]
Z
zetta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 18." [UO:GVG]
10^[18]
E
exa
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 18." [UO:GVG]
10^[18]
E
exa
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 15." [UO:GVG]
10^[15]
P
peta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 15." [UO:GVG]
10^[15]
P
peta
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 12." [UO:GVG]
T
10^[12]
tera
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 12." [UO:GVG]
T
10^[12]
tera
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 9." [UO:GVG]
10^[9]
G
giga
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten to the power of 9." [UO:GVG]
10^[9]
G
giga
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of million." [UO:GVG]
10^[6]
M
mega
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of million." [UO:GVG]
10^[6]
M
mega
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one thousand." [UO:GVG]
10^[3]
k
kilo
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one thousand." [UO:GVG]
10^[3]
k
kilo
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten." [UO:GVG]
10^[1]
da
deca
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of ten." [UO:GVG]
10^[1]
da
deca
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one thousand." [UO:GVG]
10^[-3]
m
milli
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one thousand." [UO:GVG]
10^[-3]
m
milli
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one hundred." [UO:GVG]
10^[-2]
c
centi
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one hundred." [UO:GVG]
10^[-2]
c
centi
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -6." [UO:GVG]
10^[-6]
micro
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -6." [UO:GVG]
10^[-6]
micro
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -9." [UO:GVG]
10^[-9]
n
nano
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -9." [UO:GVG]
10^[-9]
n
nano
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -12." [GVG:UO]
10^[-12]
n
pico
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -12." [GVG:UO]
10^[-12]
n
pico
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -15." [UO:GVG]
10^[-15]
f
femto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -15." [UO:GVG]
10^[-15]
f
femto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -18." [UO:GVG]
a
10^[-18]
atto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -18." [UO:GVG]
a
10^[-18]
atto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -21." [UO:GVG]
z
10^[-21]
zepto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -21." [UO:GVG]
z
10^[-21]
zepto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -24." [UO:GVG]
y
10^[-24]
yocto
"A prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10 to the power of -24." [UO:GVG]
y
10^[-24]
yocto
"A frequency unit which is equal to one million hertz or 10^[6] V." [UOC:GVG]
mH
megahertz
megaHertz
"A frequency unit which is equal to one million hertz or 10^[6] V." [UOC:GVG]
mH
megahertz
megaHertz
"An information unit which is equal to 1000000000 bytes." [UO:GVG]
GB
gigabyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000000000 bytes." [UO:GVG]
GB
gigabyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 gigabytes." [UO:GVG]
TB
terabyte
"An information unit which is equal to 1000 gigabytes." [UO:GVG]
TB
terabyte
"A dimensionless ratio unit which, given a pair of quantities a and b, for which b is a multiple of a, denotes b by giving the multiplier (coefficient) c for a to result in b." [UOB:LKSR]
ratio
"A dimensionless ratio unit which, given a pair of quantities a and b, for which b is a multiple of a, denotes b by giving the multiplier (coefficient) c for a to result in b." [UOB:LKSR]
ratio
"A speed/velocity unit which is equal to the speed of an object traveling 1 kilometer distance in one hour." [NIST:NIST]
kilometre per hour
km/h
kilometer per hour
"A speed/velocity unit which is equal to the speed of an object traveling 1 kilometer distance in one hour." [NIST:NIST]
kilometre per hour
km/h
kilometer per hour
"An area unit which is equal to an area of 10,000 square meters. Equivalent to 2.471 acres." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
HA
hectare
"An area unit which is equal to an area of 10,000 square meters. Equivalent to 2.471 acres." [Wikipedia:Wikipedia]
HA
hectare
"A length unit which is equal to one thousand meters." [UOB:LKSR]
kilometre
km
kilometer
"A length unit which is equal to one thousand meters." [UOB:LKSR]
kilometre
km
kilometer
meter based unit
meter based unit
second based unit
second based unit
ampere based unit
ampere based unit
kelvin based unit
kelvin based unit
candela based unit
candela based unit
gram based unit
gram based unit
degree Celsius based unit
degree Celsius based unit
minute based unit
minute based unit
hour based unit
hour based unit
day based unit
day based unit
week based unit
week based unit
month based unit
month based unit
year based unit
year based unit
square meter based unit
square meter based unit
square millimeter based unit
square millimeter based unit
turns per second based unit
turns per second based unit
meter per second based unit
meter per second based unit
cubic meter based unit
cubic meter based unit
cubic centimeter based unit
cubic centimeter based unit
liter based unit
liter based unit
hertz based unit
hertz based unit
newton based unit
newton based unit
pascal based unit
pascal based unit
joule based unit
joule based unit
watt based unit
watt based unit
lux based unit
lux based unit
lumen based unit
lumen based unit
radian based unit
radian based unit
watt per square meter based unit
watt per square meter based unit
parts per million based unit
parts per million based unit
degree based unit
degree based unit
pi based unit
pi based unit
pH based unit
pH based unit
volt based unit
volt based unit
coulomb based unit
coulomb based unit
watt-hour based unit
watt-hour based unit
bit based unit
bit based unit
byte based unit
byte based unit
siemens based unit
siemens based unit
hectare based unit
hectare based unit
gram per square meter based unit
gram per square meter based unit