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kilogram

Kilogram (kg) adalah satuan dasar massa dalam

Satuan Sistem Internasional (SI) dan didefinisikan

sama dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram

Internasional, yang hampir setara dengan massa

satu liter air.

gram

Gram (g) adalah satuan massa, salah satu satuan

dasar dalam CGS. Satuan ini juga merupakan

pecahan desimal dari satuan dasar massa dalam

Satuan Sistem Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang

ditetapkan sama dengan massa Purwarupa

Kilogram Internasional, yang hampir setara

dengan massa satu liter air.

eksagram

Eksagram (Eg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

Eg = 10 g = 10 kg.

petagram

Petagram (Pg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

Pg = 10 g = 10 kg.

teragram

Teragram (Tg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

kilogram

A kilogram (kg) is the base unit of mass in

the International System of Units (SI) and is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water.

gram

A gram (g) is a unit of mass, one of the base

units in CGS. It is also a decimal fraction of

the base unit of mass in the International

System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water.

exagram

An exagram (Eg) is a decimal multiple of

the base unit of mass in the International

System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 Eg = 10 g = 10 kg.

petagram

A petagram (Pg) is a decimal multiple of the

base unit of mass in the International System

of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

being equal to the mass of the International

Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 Pg =

10 g = 10 kg.

teragram

A teragram (Tg) is a decimal multiple of the

base unit of mass in the International System

of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, being equal to the mass of the International

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

Tg = 10 g = 10 kg.

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 Tg =

10 g = 10 kg.

gigagram

gigagram

Gigagram (Gg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

A gigagram (Gg) is a decimal multiple of

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

the base unit of mass in the International

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, defined as being equal to the mass of the

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 International Prototype Kilogram, which is

Gg = 10 g = 10 kg.

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 Gg = 10 g = 10 kg.

megagram

megagram

Megagram (Mg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

A megagram (Mg) is a decimal multiple of

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

the base unit of mass in the International

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, defined as being equal to the mass of the

yaitu hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air.

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

Nama lain dari megagram adalah ton (metrik ton almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

atau metrik tonne), yang hampir selalu dipilih

of water. Another name of the megagram is a

untuk megagram. 1 Mg = 10 g = 10 kg = 1 t.

ton (metric ton or metric tonne), which is

almost always preferred to megagram. 1 Mg

= 10 g = 10 kg = 1 t.

hektogram

hectogram

Hektogram (hg) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

A hectogram (hg) is a decimal multiple of

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

the base unit of mass in the International

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, defined as being equal to the mass of the

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 International Prototype Kilogram, which is

hg = 100 g = 0,1 kg.

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 hg = 100 g = 0,1 kg.

dekagram

dekagram

Dekagram (dag) adalah kelipatan desimal dari

A dekagram (dag) is a decimal multiple of

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

the base unit of mass in the International

Internasional (SI) Kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, defined as being equal to the mass of the

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 International Prototype Kilogram, which is

dag = 10 g = 0,01 kg.

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 dag = 10 g = 0,01 kg.

desigram

decigram

Desigram (dg)adalah pecahan desimal dari satuan A decigram (dg) is a decimal fraction of the

dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem Internasional

base unit of mass in the International System

(SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama dengan massa of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, yang hampir being equal to the mass of the International

setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 dg = 0,1 g = Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

10 kg.

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 dg =

sentigram

Sentigram (cg) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

cg = 0,01 g = 10 kg.

miligram

Miligram (mg) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

mg = 10 g = 10 kg.

mikrogram

Mikrogram (g) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

g = 10 g = 10 kg.

nanogram

Nanogram (ng) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

ng = 10 g = 10 kg.

pikogram

Pikogram (pg) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1

pg = 10 g = 10 kg.

femtogram

Femtogram (fg) adalah pecahan desimal dari

satuan dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem

Internasional (SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama

dengan massa Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional,

0,1 g = 10 kg.

centigram

A centigram (cg) is a decimal fraction of the

base unit of mass in the International System

of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

being equal to the mass of the International

Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 cg =

0,01 g = 10 kg.

milligram

A milligram (mg) is a decimal fraction of

the base unit of mass in the International

System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 mg = 10 g = 10 kg.

microgram

A microgram (g) is a decimal fraction of

the base unit of mass in the International

System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

International Prototype Kilogram, which is

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 g = 10 g = 10 kg.

nanogram

A nanogram (ng) is a decimal fraction of the

base unit of mass in the International System

of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

being equal to the mass of the International

Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 ng =

10 g = 10 kg.

picogram

A picogram (pg) is a decimal fraction of the

base unit of mass in the International System

of Units (SI) kilogram, which is defined as

being equal to the mass of the International

Prototype Kilogram, which is almost exactly

equal to the mass of one liter of water. 1 pg =

10 g = 10 kg.

femtogram

A femtogram (fg) is a decimal fraction of

the base unit of mass in the International

System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

defined as being equal to the mass of the

yang hampir setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 fg International Prototype Kilogram, which is

= 10 g = 10 kg.

almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 fg = 10 g = 10 kg.

atogram

attogram

Atogram (ag) adalah pecahan desimal dari satuan An attogram (ag) is a decimal fraction of

dasar massa dalam Satuan Sistem Internasional

the base unit of mass in the International

(SI) kilogram, yang ditetapkan sama dengan massa System of Units (SI) kilogram, which is

Purwarupa Kilogram Internasional, yang hampir defined as being equal to the mass of the

setara dengan massa satu liter air. 1 ag = 10 g = International Prototype Kilogram, which is

10 kg. Contoh: massa virus yang kecil adalah almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter

of water. 1 ag = 10 g = 10 kg.

10 atogram.

Example: the mass of a small virus is 10

attograms.

dalton

dalton

Dalton (Da) atau satuan massa atom gabungan A dalton (Da) or unified atomic mass unit

(u) adalah satuan massa non sistem yang

(u) is the non-system unit of mass that is

digunakan untuk menunjukkan massa dalam atom, used for indicating mass in atoms, molecules

molekul dan partikel elementer. Satuan ini

and elementary particles. It is defined as one

ditetapkan sebagai seperduabelas dari massa netral twelfth of the mass of a neutral atom of

atom karbon-12 dalam kondisi dasarnya. 1 Da carbon-12 in its ground state. 1 Da

1,6605310 kg.

1.6605310 kg.

kilogram-force second/meter

kilogram-force second/meter

A kilogram-force-second squared per meter

A kilogram-force-second squared per

(kgfs/m) is a non-system unit of mass equal to

meter (kgfs/m) is a non-system unit of

9.80655 kg. It is a mass of an object that

mass equal to 9.80655 kg. It is a mass of an

accelerates by 1 m/s when a force of one kilogram object that accelerates by 1 m/s when a

(kgf) is exerted on it.

force of one kilogram (kgf) is exerted on it.

kilopound

kilopound

A kilopound (kip), which is also called kip, is a A kilopound (kip), which is also called kip,

non-SI unit of force. It is equal to 1,000 pounds- is a non-SI unit of force. It is equal to 1,000

force and used primarily by American architects pounds-force and used primarily by

and engineers to measure engineering loads. It is American architects and engineers to

sometimes considered a unit of mass, equal to

measure engineering loads. It is sometimes

1,000 pounds. The name comes from the words

considered a unit of mass, equal to 1,000

kilo and pound.

pounds. The name comes from the words

kilo and pound.

kip

kip

A kip, which is also called kilopound, is a non-SI A kip, which is also called kilopound, is a

non-metric unit of force. It is equal to 1,000

non-SI non-metric unit of force. It is equal to

pounds-force and used primarily by American

1,000 pounds-force and used primarily by

architects and engineers to measure engineering American architects and engineers to

loads. It is sometimes considered a unit of mass, measure engineering loads. It is sometimes

equal to 1,000 pounds. The name comes from the considered a unit of mass, equal to 1,000

words kilo and pound. 1 kip = 4448.22

pounds. The name comes from the words

newtons (N).

kilo and pound. 1 kip = 4448.22 newtons

(N).

slug

slug

A slug is a unit of mass in the US Customary Units A slug is a unit of mass in the US Customary

and British Imperial Units. It is a mass of an object Units and British Imperial Units. It is a mass

that accelerates by 1 ft/s when a force of one

of an object that accelerates by 1 ft/s when a

pound-force (lbf) is exerted on it. 1 slug = 1

force of one pound-force (lbf) is exerted on

lbfs/ft. One slug has a mass of approximately

it. 1 slug = 1 lbfs/ft. One slug has a mass of

14.594 kg.

approximately 14.594 kg.

pound-force second/foot

pound-force second/foot

A pound-force-second squared per foot

A pound-force-second squared per foot

(lbfs/ft) is a unit of force in the US Customary (lbfs/ft) is a unit of force in the US

Units and British Imperial Units. It is a mass of an Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

object that accelerates by 1 ft/s when a force of

It is a mass of an object that accelerates by 1

one pound-force (lbf) is exerted on it. Another

ft/s when a force of one pound-force (lbf) is

name of this unit is a slug. 1 slug = 1 lbfs/ft. One exerted on it. Another name of this unit is a

slug has a mass of approximately 14.594 kg.

slug. 1 slug = 1 lbfs/ft. One slug has a mass

of approximately 14.594 kg.

pound

pound

A pound or pound-mass (lb, lbm, lbm, ) is a A pound or pound-mass (lb, lbm, lbm, )

unit of mass used in the US Customary Units and is a unit of mass used in the US Customary

British Imperial Units and other systems of

Units and British Imperial Units and other

measurement. By the most common definition

systems of measurement. By the most

today, the pound is legally defined as exactly

common definition today, the pound is

0.45359237 kilograms. The pound-mass name of legally defined as exactly 0.45359237

the unit is used to distinguish it from the pound- kilograms. The pound-mass name of the unit

force.

is used to distinguish it from the poundforce.

pound (troy or apothecary)

pound (troy or apothecary)

A troy pound is an obsolete unit of mass used in A troy pound is an obsolete unit of mass

the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units used in the US Customary Units and British

and other systems of measurement. It is equal to Imperial Units and other systems of

12 troy ounces and to 5,760 grains or

measurement. It is equal to 12 troy ounces

approximately 373.2 grams. Troy weights were

and to 5,760 grains or approximately 373.2

used in England by apothecaries and jewellers. The grams. Troy weights were used in England

troy pound is no longer in general use. However, by apothecaries and jewellers. The troy

the troy ounce is still used for measurements of

pound is no longer in general use. However,

gold, silver platinum and other precious metals.

the troy ounce is still used for measurements

of gold, silver platinum and other precious

metals.

ounce

ounce

An international avoirdupois ounce (oz, ) is a An international avoirdupois ounce (oz, )

unit of mass in the US Customary Units and

is a unit of mass in the US Customary Units

British Imperial Units and some other

and British Imperial Units and some other

measurement systems. The international

measurement systems. The international

avoirdupois ounce is equal to approximately 28

avoirdupois ounce is equal to approximately

grams.

28 grams.

ounce (troy or apothecary)

ounce (troy or apothecary)

An international troy ounce (t oz) is a unit

mass equal to 480 grains. Consequently, the

of mass equal to 480 grains. Consequently,

international troy ounce is equal to exactly

the international troy ounce is equal to

31.1034768 grams. There are 12 troy ounces in the exactly 31.1034768 grams. There are 12 troy

troy pound, which is now obsolete. The troy ounce ounces in the troy pound, which is now

is used to express the mass gold, silver, platinum obsolete. The troy ounce is used to express

and other precious metals.

the mass gold, silver, platinum and other

precious metals.

metric ounce

metric ounce

A metric ounce is a unit of mass in the metric

A metric ounce is a unit of mass in the

systems of several countries. Their values are

metric systems of several countries. Their

different in different countries. The most common values are different in different countries.

is 25 grams. Another name of the metric ounce is The most common is 25 grams. Another

mounce.

name of the metric ounce is mounce.

ton (short)

ton (short)

A short ton is a US Customary and British

A short ton is a US Customary and British

Imperial unit of mass equal to 2,000 pounds

Imperial unit of mass equal to 2,000 pounds

(907.18474 kg).

(907.18474 kg).

ton (long)

ton (long)

A long ton is the name for the unit called the ton A long ton is the name for the unit called the

in the British Imperial Units. One long ton is equal ton in the British Imperial Units. One long

to 1,016 kg. In the traditional British measurement ton is equal to 1,016 kg. In the traditional

system a long ton is 20 hundredweight; 1

British measurement system a long ton is 20

hundredweight = 8 stone; 1 stone = 14 pounds.

hundredweight; 1 hundredweight = 8 stone;

Thus a long ton is 20 8 14 lb = 2240 lb.

1 stone = 14 pounds. Thus a long ton is 20

8 14 lb = 2240 lb.

ton (assay) (US)

ton (assay) (US)

A short assay ton (AT) is not a unit of

A short assay ton (AT) is not a unit of

measurement, but a standard quantity used in

measurement, but a standard quantity used in

mining for quantitatively measuring the presence mining for quantitatively measuring the

precious metals in ores of precious metals. It is 29 presence precious metals in ores of precious

16 grams (short assay ton) or 32 23 grams (long metals. It is 29 16 grams (short assay ton) or

assay ton), the amount which bears the same ratio 32 23 grams (long assay ton), the amount

to a milligram as a short or long ton bears to a troy which bears the same ratio to a milligram as

ounce. In other words, the number of milligrams of a short or long ton bears to a troy ounce. In

a particular metal found in a sample of this size

other words, the number of milligrams of a

gives the number of troy ounces contained in a

particular metal found in a sample of this

short (2000 pounds) or long (2240 pounds) ton of size gives the number of troy ounces

ore.

contained in a short (2000 pounds) or long

(2240 pounds) ton of ore.

ton (assay) (UK)

ton (assay) (UK)

A long assay ton (AT) is not a unit of

A long assay ton (AT) is not a unit of

measurement, but a standard quantity used in

measurement, but a standard quantity used in

mining for quantitatively measuring the presence mining for quantitatively measuring the

precious metals in ores of precious metals. It is 29 presence precious metals in ores of precious

16 grams (short assay ton) or 32 23 grams (long metals. It is 29 16 grams (short assay ton) or

assay ton), the amount which bears the same ratio 32 23 grams (long assay ton), the amount

to a milligram as a short or long ton bears to a troy which bears the same ratio to a milligram as

ounce. In other words, the number of milligrams of a short or long ton bears to a troy ounce. In

a particular metal found in a sample of this size

other words, the number of milligrams of a

gives the number of troy ounces contained in a

particular metal found in a sample of this

short or long ton of ore.

size gives the number of troy ounces

contained in a short or long ton of ore.

ton (metric)

ton (metric)

A ton or tonne (t, mt or MT) is a metric unit of A ton or tonne (t, mt or MT) is a metric

mass equal to 1,000 kilograms or 2,204.6 pounds. unit of mass equal to 1,000 kilograms or

It is a non-SI unit accepted for use with SI.

2,204.6 pounds. It is a non-SI unit accepted

for use with SI.

kiloton (metric)

kiloton (metric)

A metric kiloton (kt) is a decimal multiple of the A metric kiloton (kt) is a decimal multiple

metric unit of mass, ton, which is equal to 1,000 of the metric unit of mass, ton, which is

kg. The ton is a non-SI unit accepted for use with equal to 1,000 kg. The ton is a non-SI unit

SI.

accepted for use with SI.

The kiloton is also used as a unit of energy. The

The kiloton is also used as a unit of energy.

kiloton of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a decimal

The kiloton of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a

multiple of the ton of TNT, which is a unit of

decimal multiple of the ton of TNT, which is

energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules. This is

a unit of energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules.

approximately the amount of energy released in

This is approximately the amount of energy

the detonation of one ton of TNT. The kiloton of released in the detonation of one ton of TNT.

TNT is a unit of energy equal to 4.184 terajoules. The kiloton of TNT is a unit of energy equal

The kiloton and megaton of TNT have

to 4.184 terajoules. The kiloton and megaton

traditionally been used to rate the destructive

of TNT have traditionally been used to rate

power of nuclear weapons.

the destructive power of nuclear weapons.

quintal (metric)

quintal (metric)

The metric quintal or centner is a unit of mass in The metric quintal or centner is a unit of

several countries which is defined as 100 basic

mass in several countries which is defined as

units of mass (pounds or kilograms). For example, 100 basic units of mass (pounds or

in Russia one centner equals to 100 kg and in

kilograms). For example, in Russia one

Germany it is equal to 100 metric pounds or 50 kg. centner equals to 100 kg and in Germany it is

equal to 100 metric pounds or 50 kg.

hundredweight (US)

hundredweight (US)

A short hundredweight or centum weight (cwt) is A short hundredweight or centum weight

a unit of mass defined in terms of the pound (lb). It (cwt) is a unit of mass defined in terms of the

is defined in the US customary system as 100 lb, pound (lb). It is defined in the US customary

which is equal to 45.359237 kg. This is the

system as 100 lb, which is equal to

definition used in the US customary system and in 45.359237 kg. This is the definition used in

Canada.

the US customary system and in Canada.

hundredweight (UK)

hundredweight (UK)

A long hundredweight or centum weight (cwt) is A long hundredweight or centum weight

a unit of mass defined in terms of the pound (lb). It (cwt) is a unit of mass defined in terms of the

is defined in the British Imperial System of Units pound (lb). It is defined in the British

as 112 lb (8 stone), which is equal to 50.802345

Imperial System of Units as 112 lb (8 stone),

kg.

quarter (US)

A US quarter is a unit of mass in the US

Customary Units equal to one-fourth of a short

(US) hundredweight (100 lb or 45.35 kg).

quarter (US)

A US quarter is a unit of mass in the US

Customary Units equal to one-fourth of a

short (US) hundredweight (100 lb or 45.35

kg).

quarter (UK)

quarter (UK)

A UK quarter is a unit of mass in the British

A UK quarter is a unit of mass in the British

Imperial Units equal to one-fourth of a long (UK) Imperial Units equal to one-fourth of a long

hundredweight (112 lb or 50.8 kg).

(UK) hundredweight (112 lb or 50.8 kg).

stone (US)

stone (US)

A US stone (st) is an informal unit of mass equal A US stone (st) is an informal unit of mass

to 12.5 pounds (about 5.67 kg) used in the US.

equal to 12.5 pounds (about 5.67 kg) used in

the US.

stone (UK)

stone (UK)

A British stone (st) is an informal unit of mass

A British stone (st) is an informal unit of

equal to 14 pounds avoirdupois (about 6.35 kg)

mass equal to 14 pounds avoirdupois (about

used in Great Britain and Ireland for measuring

6.35 kg) used in Great Britain and Ireland for

human body weight.

measuring human body weight.

tonne

tonne

A tonne or ton (t, mt or MT) is a metric unit of A tonne or ton (t, mt or MT) is a metric

mass equal to 1,000 kilograms or 2,204.6 pounds. unit of mass equal to 1,000 kilograms or

It is a non-SI unit accepted for use with SI.

2,204.6 pounds. It is a non-SI unit accepted

for use with SI.

pennyweight

pennyweight

A pennyweight (pwt) is a British Imperial unit of A pennyweight (pwt) is a British Imperial

mass that is equal to 24 grains, 120 of a troy

unit of mass that is equal to 24 grains, 120 of

ounce, 1240 of a troy pound or approximately

a troy ounce, 1240 of a troy pound or

0.054857 avoirdupois ounce and exactly

approximately 0.054857 avoirdupois ounce

1.55517384 grams. The pennyweight is usually

and exactly 1.55517384 grams. The

used for measurement quantities of precious

pennyweight is usually used for

metals and gems.

measurement quantities of precious metals

and gems.

scruple (apothecary)

scruple (apothecary)

An apothecary scruple (s.ap, ) is unit of

An apothecary scruple (s.ap, ) is unit of

apothecary mass. It is a twenty-fourth part of an apothecary mass. It is a twenty-fourth part of

ounce, or 20 grains, or approximately 1.3 grams. an ounce, or 20 grains, or approximately 1.3

More generally, any small quantity might be called grams. More generally, any small quantity

a scruple.

might be called a scruple.

carat

carat

A carat (car, ct) is a unit of mass equal to 200 mg A carat (car, ct) is a unit of mass equal to

(0.007055 oz) and is used for measuring

200 mg (0.007055 oz) and is used for

gemstones and pearls. This definition is also

measuring gemstones and pearls. This

known as the metric carat and was adopted in

definition is also known as the metric carat

1907.

and was adopted in 1907.

grain

grain

A grain (gr) is a unit of measurement of mass that A grain (gr) is a unit of measurement of

was based on the weight of a single grain of barley, mass that was based on the weight of a single

considered equivalent to 1 13 grains of wheat. The grain of barley, considered equivalent to 1

grain was the foundation of traditional English

13 grains of wheat. The grain was the

weight systems, and is the only unit that is equal foundation of traditional English weight

throughout the troy, avoirdupois, and apothecaries systems, and is the only unit that is equal

systems of mass.

throughout the troy, avoirdupois, and

apothecaries systems of mass.

gamma

gamma

A gamma is a currently deprecated non-SI metric A gamma is a currently deprecated non-SI

unit of measure of mass equal to one microgram (1 metric unit of measure of mass equal to one

g).

microgram (1 g).

talent (Biblical Hebrew)

talent (Biblical Hebrew)

A talent (Ancient Greek: , talanton

A talent (Ancient Greek: ,

scale, balance) was one of several ancient units talanton scale, balance) was one of

of mass, as well as corresponding units of value

several ancient units of mass, as well as

equivalent to these masses of a precious metal. It corresponding units of value equivalent to

was approximately the mass of water required to these masses of a precious metal. It was

fill an amphora. A Greek, Roman, and an Egyptian approximately the mass of water required to

talents were slightly different: 26 to 32 kilograms fill an amphora. A Greek, Roman, and an

(5770 lb).

Egyptian talents were slightly different: 26 to

32 kilograms (5770 lb).

mina (Biblical Hebrew)

mina (Biblical Hebrew)

A mina (also mna, Ancient Greek ) is an

A mina (also mna, Ancient Greek ) is an

ancient Greek and Near Eastern unit of weight

ancient Greek and Near Eastern unit of

equivalent to 60 or 50 shekels. It was also a unit of weight equivalent to 60 or 50 shekels. It was

currency equal to 100 drachmae.

also a unit of currency equal to 100

drachmae.

shekel (Biblical Hebrew)

shekel (Biblical Hebrew)

A shekel (Hebrew: ), is any of several ancient A shekel (Hebrew: ), is any of several

units of mass and weight. The earliest shekels were ancient units of mass and weight. The

a unit of weight, used for trading before the advent earliest shekels were a unit of weight, used

of coins. As with many ancient units, the shekel

for trading before the advent of coins. As

had a variety of values depending on era,

with many ancient units, the shekel had a

government and region; weights between 9 and 17 variety of values depending on era,

grams. As many other ancient units of weight, the government and region; weights between 9

shekel was also used as a unit of currency.

and 17 grams. As many other ancient units of

weight, the shekel was also used as a unit of

currency.

bekan (Biblical Hebrew)

bekan (Biblical Hebrew)

A bekan, is an ancient units of mass and weight A bekan, is an ancient units of mass and

equal to half a shekel. The earliest shekels were a weight equal to half a shekel. The earliest

unit of weight, used for trading before the advent shekels were a unit of weight, used for

of coins. As with many ancient units, the shekel

trading before the advent of coins. As with

had a variety of values depending on era,

many ancient units, the shekel had a variety

government and region; weights between 9 and 17 of values depending on era, government and

grams. As many other ancient units of weight, the region; weights between 9 and 17 grams. As

bekan was also used as a unit of currency.

many other ancient units of weight, the

bekan was also used as a unit of currency.

gerah (Biblical Hebrew)

gerah (Biblical Hebrew)

A gerah (Hebrew )is an ancient Hebrew unit of A gerah (Hebrew )is an ancient Hebrew

weight and mass, equivalent to one-twentieth of a unit of weight and mass, equivalent to oneshekel, a shekel being 180 barleycorns. This is

twentieth of a shekel, a shekel being 180

0.57 grams. As many other

barleycorns. This is 0.57

ancient units of weight, the gerah was also used as grams. As many other ancient units of

a unit of currency.

weight, the gerah was also used as a unit of

currency.

talent (Biblical Greek)

talent (Biblical Greek)

A talent (Ancient Greek: , talanton

A talent (Ancient Greek: ,

scale, balance) was one of several ancient units talanton scale, balance) was one of

of mass, as well as corresponding units of value

several ancient units of mass, as well as

equivalent to these masses of a precious metal. It corresponding units of value equivalent to

was approximately the mass of water required to these masses of a precious metal. It was

fill an amphora. A Greek, Roman, and an Egyptian approximately the mass of water required to

talents were slightly different: 26 to 32 kilograms fill an amphora. A Greek, Roman, and an

(5770 lb).

Egyptian talents were slightly different: 26 to

32 kilograms (5770 lb).

mina (Biblical Greek)

mina (Biblical Greek)

A mina (also mna, Ancient Greek ) is an

A mina (also mna, Ancient Greek ) is an

ancient Greek and Near Eastern unit of weight

ancient Greek and Near Eastern unit of

equivalent to 60 or 50 shekels.

weight equivalent to 60 or 50 shekels.

tetradrachma (Biblical Greek)

tetradrachma (Biblical Greek)

A tetradrachm (Greek: , four

A tetradrachm (Greek: , four

drachmae) is an Ancient Greek unit of weight and drachmae) is an Ancient Greek unit of

currency equivalent to 1517 grams.

weight and currency equivalent to 1517

grams.

didrachma (Biblical Greek)

didrachma (Biblical Greek)

A didrachm (Greek: , two drachmae) is A didrachm (Greek: , two

an Ancient Greek unit of weight and currency

drachmae) is an Ancient Greek unit of

equivalent to 79 grams.

weight and currency equivalent to 79

grams.

drachma (Biblical Greek)

drachma (Biblical Greek)

A drachma (Greek: ) is an Ancient Greek A drachma (Greek: ) is an Ancient

unit of weight and currency equivalent to

Greek unit of weight and currency equivalent

approximately 4 grams.

to approximately 4 grams.

denarius (Biblical Roman)

denarius (Biblical Roman)

A denarius was a unit of mass and weight and a A denarius was a unit of mass and weight

small silver coin in the Roman currency system. It and a small silver coin in the Roman

was the most common coin produced for

currency system. It was the most common

circulation. It was equivalent to 3.04.5 g

coin produced for circulation. It was

equivalent to 3.04.5 g

An as (plural asses), also assarius or assarion was

a bronze, and later copper, coin used during the

Roman Republic and Roman Empire. As many

other ancient coins, the asses was also used as a

unit of mass and weight.

An as (plural asses), also assarius or assarion

was a bronze, and later copper, coin used

during the Roman Republic and Roman

Empire. As many other ancient coins, the

asses was also used as a unit of mass and

weight.

quadrans (Biblical Roman)

quadrans (Biblical Roman)

A quadrans (meaning a quarter) was a lowA quadrans (meaning a quarter) was a

value Roman bronze coin worth one quarter of an low-value Roman bronze coin worth one

as. As many other ancient coins, the quadrans was quarter of an as. As many other ancient

also used as a unit of mass and weight.

coins, the quadrans was also used as a unit of

mass and weight.

lepton (Biblical Roman)

lepton (Biblical Roman)

A lepton (Greek: pl. ) is the name of A lepton (Greek: pl. ) is the

various fractional units of currency used in the

name of various fractional units of currency

Greek-speaking world from antiquity until today. used in the Greek-speaking world from

As many other ancient coins, the lepton was also antiquity until today. As many other ancient

used as a unit of mass and weight.

coins, the lepton was also used as a unit of

mass and weight.

Planck mass

Planck mass

A Planck mass (mP) is the unit of mass in the

A Planck mass (mP) is the unit of mass in

system of natural units known as Planck units. It is the system of natural units known as Planck

used in physics. mP = 2.17651(13)10 kg =

units. It is used in physics. mP =

2.17651(13)10 kg = 21.7651 g

21.7651 g

Atomic mass unit

Atomic mass unit

A unified atomic mass unit (u) also known as

A unified atomic mass unit (u) also known

dalton (Da) is the non-system unit of mass that is as dalton (Da) is the non-system unit of mass

used for indicating mass in atoms and molecules. It that is used for indicating mass in atoms and

is defined as one twelfth of the mass of a neutral molecules. It is defined as one twelfth of the

atom of carbon-12 in its ground state. 1 Da

mass of a neutral atom of carbon-12 in its

1.6605310 kg.

ground state. 1 Da 1.6605310 kg.

Electron mass (rest)

Electron mass (rest)

The electron rest mass (me) is the mass of a

The electron rest mass (me) is the mass of a

stationary electron. It is one of the fundamental

stationary electron. It is one of the

constants of physics, and is also very important in fundamental constants of physics, and is also

chemistry because of its relation to the Avogadro very important in chemistry because of its

constant. It has a value of about 9.1110

relation to the Avogadro constant. It has a

kilograms or about 5.48610 atomic mass units. value of about 9.1110 kilograms or about

5.48610 atomic mass units.

Muon mass

Muon mass

The mass of a muon at rest is 1.88353271110 The mass of a muon at rest is

kg. The muon is an unstable elementary particle 1.88353271110 kg. The muon is an

similar to the electron, with negative electric

unstable elementary particle similar to the

charge (1) and a spin of 12.

electron, with negative electric charge (1)

and a spin of 12.

Proton mass

Proton mass

The mass of a proton is 1.672621777(74) 10 The mass of a proton is 1.672621777(74)

10 kg. The proton is a subatomic particle

kg. The proton is a subatomic particle with a

positive unitary electric charge of 1 elementary

with a positive unitary electric charge of 1

charge. One or more protons are present in the

elementary charge. One or more protons are

nucleus of each atom.

present in the nucleus of each atom.

Neutron mass

Neutron mass

The mass of a neutron is 1.674927351(74) 10 The mass of a neutron is 1.674927351(74)

kg. The neutron is a subatomic particle which has 10 kg. The neutron is a subatomic

no electric charge and a mass slightly larger than particle which has no electric charge and a

that of a proton.

mass slightly larger than that of a proton.

Deuteron mass

Deuteron mass

A deuteron is the nucleus of deuterium, also

A deuteron is the nucleus of deuterium, also

known as heavy hydrogen, which is one of two

known as heavy hydrogen, which is one of

stable isotopes of hydrogen. A deuteron contains two stable isotopes of hydrogen. A deuteron

one proton and one neutron. It has a mass of

contains one proton and one neutron. It has a

2.013553212724(78) u.

mass of 2.013553212724(78) u.

Earths mass

Earths mass

An Earth mass (M) is the unit of mass equal to An Earth mass (M) is the unit of mass

that of the Earth. 1 M = 5.9722 10 kg. Earth equal to that of the Earth. 1 M = 5.9722

mass is often used to describe masses of rocky

10 kg. Earth mass is often used to describe

terrestrial planets.

masses of rocky terrestrial planets.

Suns mass

Suns mass

The solar mass () is a standard unit of mass in The solar mass () is a standard unit of

astronomy, used to indicate the masses of other

mass in astronomy, used to indicate the

stars, as well as clusters, nebulae and galaxies. It is masses of other stars, as well as clusters,

equal to the mass of the Sun, which is 1.985510 nebulae and galaxies. It is equal to the mass

of the Sun, which is 1.985510 kg.

kg.

pengonversi dalam [Bahasa Sasaran] dan

Bahasa Inggris

Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia English

meter

Meter (m), adalah satuan panjang dasar dalam

meter

A meter (m), is the base unit of length in the

International System of Units (SI). It is

ditetapkan sebagai panjang jalur yang dilalui

defined as the length of the path travelled by

cahaya dalam ruang hampa selama interval waktu light in vacuum during a time interval of

1/299.792.458 detik.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

eksameter

exameter

Eksameter (Em) adalah kelipatan desimal satuan An exameter (Em) is a decimal multiple of

panjang SI dasar yaitu meter. Satuan ini ditetapkan the base SI unit of length, the meter. It is

sebagai panjang jalur yang dilalui cahaya dalam defined as the length of the path travelled by

ruang hampa selama interval waktu 1/299.792.458 light in vacuum during a time interval of

detik.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

petameter

petameter

A petameter (Pm) is a decimal multiple of the

A petameter (Pm) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

terameter

terameter

A terameter (Tm) is a decimal multiple of the

A terameter (Tm) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

gigameter

gigameter

A gigameter (Gm) is a decimal multiple of the

A gigameter (Gm) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

megameter

megameter

A megameter (Mm) is a decimal multiple of the A megameter (Mm) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

kilometer

kilometer

A kilometer (km) is a decimal multiple of the base A kilometer (km) is a decimal multiple of

SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined as the the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum

defined as the length of the path travelled by

during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a

light in vacuum during a time interval of

second. A kilometer is now used officially for

1/299,792,458 of a second. A kilometer is

expressing distances between geographical places now used officially for expressing distances

on land in most of the world with notable

between geographical places on land in most

exceptions being the United States and the United of the world with notable exceptions being

Kingdom.

the United States and the United Kingdom.

hectometer

hectometer

A hectometer (hm) is a decimal multiple of the

A hectometer (hm) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

decameter

decameter

A decameter (dam) is a decimal multiple of the A decameter (dam) is a decimal multiple of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

decimeter

decimeter

A decimeter (dm) is a decimal fraction of the base A decimeter (dm) is a decimal fraction of

SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined as the the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum

defined as the length of the path travelled by

during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a

light in vacuum during a time interval of

second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

centimeter

centimeter

A centimeter (cm) is a decimal fraction of the

A centimeter (cm) is a decimal fraction of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

millimeter

millimeter

A millimeter (mm) is a decimal fraction of the

A millimeter (mm) is a decimal fraction of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

micrometer

micrometer

A micrometer (m) is a decimal fraction of the

A micrometer (m) is a decimal fraction of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second. The term micron and the symbol ,

1/299,792,458 of a second. The term micron

representing the micrometer, were officially

and the symbol , representing the

revoked by the International System of Units (SI) micrometer, were officially revoked by the

in 1967.

International System of Units (SI) in 1967.

micron

micron

A micron () is an obsolete name of a micrometer, A micron () is an obsolete name of a

which is a decimal fraction of the base SI unit of micrometer, which is a decimal fraction of

length, the meter. The term micron and the symbol the base SI unit of length, the meter. The

, representing the micrometer, were officially

term micron and the symbol , representing

revoked by the International System of Units (SI) the micrometer, were officially revoked by

in 1967. However, in practice, micron remains a the International System of Units (SI) in

widely used term, which is preferred to

1967. However, in practice, micron

micrometer in many English-speaking countries remains a widely used term, which is

because it helps to differentiate between the unit of preferred to micrometer in many Englishlength and the micrometer, a device used for

speaking countries because it helps to

precise measurement of small distances.

differentiate between the unit of length and

the micrometer, a device used for precise

measurement of small distances.

nanometer

nanometer

A nanometer (nm) is a decimal fraction of the

A nanometer (nm) is a decimal fraction of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

picometer

picometer

A picometer (pm) is a decimal fraction of the base A picometer (pm) is a decimal fraction of

SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined as the the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum

defined as the length of the path travelled by

during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a

light in vacuum during a time interval of

second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

femtometer

femtometer

A femtometer (fm) is a decimal fraction of the

A femtometer (fm) is a decimal fraction of

base SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

as the length of the path travelled by light in

defined as the length of the path travelled by

vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of light in vacuum during a time interval of

a second. This unit can also be called fermi (fm). 1/299,792,458 of a second. This unit can also

be called fermi (fm).

attometer

attometer

A attometer (am) is a decimal fraction of the base A attometer (am) is a decimal fraction of

SI unit of length, the meter, which is defined as the the base SI unit of length, the meter, which is

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum

defined as the length of the path travelled by

during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a

light in vacuum during a time interval of

second.

1/299,792,458 of a second.

megaparsec

megaparsec

A megaparsec (Mpc) is an decimal multiple of the A megaparsec (Mpc) is an decimal multiple

astronomical unit of length parsec, which is equal of the astronomical unit of length parsec,

to about 3.26 light-years, which is about 30.9

which is equal to about 3.26 light-years,

trillion (3.0910) kilometers. A parsec is the

which is about 30.9 trillion (3.0910)

distance from the Sun to an astronomical object

kilometers. A parsec is the distance from the

which has a parallax angle of one arcsecond.

Sun to an astronomical object which has a

parallax angle of one arcsecond.

kiloparsec

kiloparsec

A kiloparsec (kpc) is an decimal multiple of the A kiloparsec (kpc) is an decimal multiple of

astronomical unit of length parsec, which is equal the astronomical unit of length parsec, which

to about 3.26 light-years, which is about 30.9

is equal to about 3.26 light-years, which is

trillion (3.0910) kilometers. A parsec is the

about 30.9 trillion (3.0910) kilometers. A

distance from the Sun to an astronomical object

parsec is the distance from the Sun to an

which has a parallax angle of one arcsecond.

astronomical object which has a parallax

angle of one arcsecond.

parsec

parsec

A parsec (pc) is an astronomical unit of length,

A parsec (pc) is an astronomical unit of

which is equal to about 3.26 light-years, which is length, which is equal to about 3.26 lightabout 30.9 trillion (3.0910) kilometers. A parsec years, which is about 30.9 trillion

is the distance from the Sun to an astronomical

(3.0910) kilometers. A parsec is the

object which has a parallax angle of one

distance from the Sun to an astronomical

arcsecond.

object which has a parallax angle of one

arcsecond.

light year

light year

A light-year (also light year or lightyear, ly), is a A light-year (also light year or lightyear,

non-SI unit of length equal to just under 10 trillion ly), is a non-SI unit of length equal to just

kilometers or about 6 trillion miles or 0.306

under 10 trillion kilometers or about 6

parsec. It is defined as the distance that light

trillion miles or 0.306 parsec. It is defined as

travels in a vacuum in one Julian year.

the distance that light travels in a vacuum in

one Julian year.

astronomical unit

astronomical unit

An astronomical unit (AU, au, a.u., or ua) is a An astronomical unit (AU, au, a.u., or ua)

unit of length equal to approximately the mean

is a unit of length equal to approximately the

EarthSun distance which is equal to

mean EarthSun distance which is equal to

149,597,870,700 meters or 92,955,807.273 miles. 149,597,870,700 meters or 92,955,807.273

miles.

league

league

A league (lea) is an obsolete unit of length. The

A league (lea) is an obsolete unit of length.

league originally referred to the distance a person The league originally referred to the distance

or a horse could walk in an hour. On land, the

a person or a horse could walk in an hour. On

league was most commonly defined as three miles land, the league was most commonly defined

(about 4.8 km), although the length of a mile

as three miles (about 4.8 km), although the

could vary from place to place and at different

length of a mile could vary from place to

times. At sea, a league was three nautical miles

place and at different times. At sea, a league

(about 5.6 km).

was three nautical miles (about 5.6 km).

nautical league (UK)

nautical league (UK)

A nautical league (UK) is an obsolete unit of

A nautical league (UK) is an obsolete unit

length in the British Imperial Units, which was

of length in the British Imperial Units, which

equal to three nautical miles (about 5.6 km).

was equal to three nautical miles (about 5.6

km).

nautical league (international)

nautical league (international)

An international nautical league is an obsolete An international nautical league is an

unit of length, which was equal to three nautical obsolete unit of length, which was equal to

miles (about 5.6 km).

three nautical miles (about 5.6 km).

league (statute)

league (statute)

A statute league (lea) is an obsolete unit of length. A statute league (lea) is an obsolete unit of

It is usually defined as three miles (about 4.8 km). length. It is usually defined as three miles

(about 4.8 km).

mile

mile

A mile (mi) is a unit of length in US Customary A mile (mi) is a unit of length in US

Units and British Imperial Units. It is most

Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

about 1,609 meters).

nautical mile (UK)

A nautical mile (UK) is a unit of length in the

British imperial Units. It is also called the

Admiralty nautical mile and defined as 6,080 feet

or 1,853.184 meters.

nautical mile (international)

An international nautical mile (mi) is a nonmetric unit of length. It is defined as exactly 1,852

meters.

mile (statute)

A US statute mile (mi) is a unit of length in US

Customary Units. It is equal to 6,080.2 feet

(1,853.249 meters).

mile (US survey)

A US survey mile (mi) is a unit of length in US

Customary Units. It is equal to 1,609.35 meters.

mile (Roman)

A Roman mile was a unit of length in ancient

Rome. It was equal to a distance of 1,000 paces or

5,000 Roman feet, and now it is estimated to be

about 1,479 meters (1,617 yards).

kiloyard

A kiloyard (kyd) is an unusual unit of length with

a metric prefix in US Customary Units. It is equal

to 1000 yards or 914.4 meters.

furlong

A furlong (fur) is a unit of distance in the British

imperial units and U.S. customary units equal to

one-eighth of a mile or 220 yards, 660 feet, 40

rods, or 10 chains. The exact value of the furlong

varies slightly among English-speaking countries.

Five furlongs are approximately 1 kilometer.

furlong (US survey)

A US survey furlong (fur) is a unit of distance in

U.S. customary units equal to 660 US survey feet

or approximately 201.1684 meters.

chain

A chain is an obsolete unit of length or distance in

US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It

(1,760 yards, or about 1,609 meters).

nautical mile (UK)

A nautical mile (UK) is a unit of length in

the British imperial Units. It is also called the

Admiralty nautical mile and defined as 6,080

feet or 1,853.184 meters.

nautical mile (international)

An international nautical mile (mi) is a

non-metric unit of length. It is defined as

exactly 1,852 meters.

mile (statute)

A US statute mile (mi) is a unit of length in

US Customary Units. It is equal to 6,080.2

feet (1,853.249 meters).

mile (US survey)

A US survey mile (mi) is a unit of length in

US Customary Units. It is equal to 1,609.35

meters.

mile (Roman)

A Roman mile was a unit of length in

ancient Rome. It was equal to a distance of

1,000 paces or 5,000 Roman feet, and now it

is estimated to be about 1,479 meters (1,617

yards).

kiloyard

A kiloyard (kyd) is an unusual unit of length

with a metric prefix in US Customary Units.

It is equal to 1000 yards or 914.4 meters.

furlong

A furlong (fur) is a unit of distance in the

British imperial units and U.S. customary

units equal to one-eighth of a mile or 220

yards, 660 feet, 40 rods, or 10 chains. The

exact value of the furlong varies slightly

among English-speaking countries. Five

furlongs are approximately 1 kilometer.

furlong (US survey)

A US survey furlong (fur) is a unit of

distance in U.S. customary units equal to 660

US survey feet or approximately 201.1684

meters.

chain

A chain is an obsolete unit of length or

distance in US Customary Units and British

in some other English-speaking countries. The

chain is equal to 20.1168 m, or 66 feet, or 22

yards, or 100 links, or 4 rods. There are 10 chains

in a furlong, and 80 chains in a statute mile.

centuries in Britain and in some other

English-speaking countries. The chain is

equal to 20.1168 m, or 66 feet, or 22 yards,

or 100 links, or 4 rods. There are 10 chains in

a furlong, and 80 chains in a statute mile.

chain (US survey)

chain (US survey)

A US survey chain is a unit of length or distance A US survey chain is a unit of length or

in the US Customary Units. The chain is equal to distance in the US Customary Units. The

20.116840234 m.

chain is equal to 20.116840234 m.

rope

rope

A rope is an obsolete unit of length and area used A rope is an obsolete unit of length and area

in wall building and selling in Somersetshire. As a used in wall building and selling in

linear measure, it is equal to 20 feet, i.e. 6.096 m. Somersetshire. As a linear measure, it is

equal to 20 feet, i.e. 6.096 m.

rod

rod

A rod is a unit of length in the British imperial

A rod is a unit of length in the British

Units equal to 5 yards or 16 feet. Since 1959 it imperial Units equal to 5 yards or 16 feet.

has been equivalent to exactly 5.0292 meters. A

Since 1959 it has been equivalent to exactly

rod is the same length as a perch or a pole. The rod 5.0292 meters. A rod is the same length as a

has also been used as a unit of area.

perch or a pole. The rod has also been used

as a unit of area.

rod (US survey)

rod (US survey)

A US survey rod is a unit of length equal to 5 A US survey rod is a unit of length equal to

yards or 16 feet or 5.029210058 meters. The US 5 yards or 16 feet or 5.029210058

survey rod is based on the pre-1959 values for

meters. The US survey rod is based on the

United States customary units of linear

pre-1959 values for United States customary

measurement.

units of linear measurement.

perch

perch

A perch is as a unit of measurement used for

A perch is as a unit of measurement used for

length, area, and volume in a number of systems of length, area, and volume in a number of

measurement. Its length varied from 3 to 7 meters systems of measurement. Its length varied

at various times and in various European countries. from 3 to 7 meters at various times and in

various European countries.

pole

pole

A pole is a unit of length or distance in the British A pole is a unit of length or distance in the

imperial Units equal to 5 yards or 16 feet.

British imperial Units equal to 5 yards or

Since 1959 it has been equivalent to exactly

16 feet. Since 1959 it has been equivalent

5.0292 meters. A pole is the same length as a rod to exactly 5.0292 meters. A pole is the same

or a perch. Its length varied from 2 to 5 meters at length as a rod or a perch. Its length varied

various times and in various European countries. from 2 to 5 meters at various times and in

various European countries.

fathom

fathom

A fathom (ftm) is a unit of length or distance in A fathom (ftm) is a unit of length or

the British imperial and the U.S. customary

distance in the British imperial and the U.S.

systems. It is equal to 2 yards, 6 feet or 1.8288

customary systems. It is equal to 2 yards, 6

meters and used especially for measuring the depth feet or 1.8288 meters and used especially for

of water. Originally, it was based on the distance measuring the depth of water. Originally, it

between the mans outstretched arms

was based on the distance between the mans

outstretched arms

fathom (US survey)

fathom (US survey)

A US survey fathom (ftm) is a unit of length or A US survey fathom (ftm) is a unit of

distance in the U.S. customary system. It is equal length or distance in the U.S. customary

to 2 yards, 6 feet or 1.829 meters.

system. It is equal to 2 yards, 6 feet or 1.829

meters.

ell

ell

An ell is an obsolete unit of measurement,

An ell is an obsolete unit of measurement,

originally a cubit, i.e., approximating the length of originally a cubit, i.e., approximating the

a mans arm from the elbow to the tip of the

length of a mans arm from the elbow to the

middle finger, or about 18 inches. Its length varied tip of the middle finger, or about 18 inches.

from 60 cm to slightly more than one meter at

Its length varied from 60 cm to slightly more

various times and in various countries from

than one meter at various times and in

classical antiquity, into early modern times.

various countries from classical antiquity,

into early modern times.

yard

yard

A yard (yd) is a unit of length in several different A yard (yd) is a unit of length in several

systems including United States customary units, different systems including United States

Imperial units and the former English units. It is customary units, Imperial units and the

equal to 3 feet or 36 inches or 0.9144 meters.

former English units. It is equal to 3 feet or

36 inches or 0.9144 meters.

foot

foot

A foot (ft or ) is a unit of length defined as being A foot (ft or ) is a unit of length defined as

0.3048 m exactly and used in the British imperial being 0.3048 m exactly and used in the

system of units and United States customary units. British imperial system of units and United

It is subdivided into 12 inches and is called an

States customary units. It is subdivided into

international foot.

12 inches and is called an international foot.

foot (US survey)

foot (US survey)

A US survey foot (ft or ) is a unit of length or

A US survey foot (ft or ) is a unit of length

1200

distance defined as being 3937 meter exactly. It or distance defined as being 12003937 meter

slightly differs from the international foot.

exactly. It slightly differs from the

international foot.

link

link

A link (l., li. or lnk.) is a unit of length or distance A link (l., li. or lnk.) is a unit of length or

in the in the US Customary Units and British

distance in the in the US Customary Units

Imperial Units. Prior to the 20th century, links

and British Imperial Units. Prior to the 20th

were commonly used for in surveying real

century, links were commonly used for in

property. A link is exactly 3350 of a survey foot. surveying real property. A link is exactly

Twenty-five links make a rod. One hundred links 3350 of a survey foot. Twenty-five links

make a chain. One thousand links make a furlong. make a rod. One hundred links make a chain.

Eight thousand links make a statute mile.

One thousand links make a furlong. Eight

thousand links make a statute mile.

link (US survey)

link (US survey)

or distance in the US Customary system. Links

were commonly used for in surveying real

property. A link is exactly 3350 of a survey foot.

Twenty-five links make a rod. One hundred links

make a chain. One thousand links make a furlong.

Eight thousand links make a statute mile.

length or distance in the US Customary

system. Links were commonly used for in

surveying real property. A link is exactly

3350 of a survey foot. Twenty-five links

make a rod. One hundred links make a chain.

One thousand links make a furlong. Eight

thousand links make a statute mile.

cubit (UK)

cubit (UK)

A cubit is a traditional unit of length equal to

A cubit is a traditional unit of length equal to

approximately 50 cm and based on the length of approximately 50 cm and based on the length

the forearm: from the elbow to the tip of the

of the forearm: from the elbow to the tip of

middle finger. Cubits of various lengths were

the middle finger. Cubits of various lengths

employed in many parts of the world from

were employed in many parts of the world

classical antiquity, into early modern times.

from classical antiquity, into early modern

times.

hand

hand

A hand (h) is a non-SI unit of measurement of

A hand (h) is a non-SI unit of measurement

length, now used only for the measurement of the of length, now used only for the

height of horses in some English-speaking

measurement of the height of horses in some

countries. In ancient Egypt, it was originally based English-speaking countries. In ancient Egypt,

on the breadth of a human hand. It is today equal it was originally based on the breadth of a

to four inches or 10.16 centimeters.

human hand. It is today equal to four inches

or 10.16 centimeters.

span (cloth)

span (cloth)

A span is the distance measured by a human hand, A span is the distance measured by a human

from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the little

hand, from the tip of the thumb to the tip of

finger. In ancient times, a span was considered to the little finger. In ancient times, a span was

be half a cubit. It is today equal to 9 inches or

considered to be half a cubit. It is today equal

0.2286 m.

to 9 inches or 0.2286 m.

finger (cloth)

finger (cloth)

A finger is any of several units of measurement

A finger is any of several units of

that are approximately the width of an adult human measurement that are approximately the

finger. It is sometimes also called fingerbreadth or width of an adult human finger. It is

fingers breadth. It is used for measuring short

sometimes also called fingerbreadth or

lengths of fabric and in medicine and related

fingers breadth. It is used for measuring

disciplines (anatomy, radiology, etc.) where the

short lengths of fabric and in medicine and

fingerbreadth is often informally used as a unit of related disciplines (anatomy, radiology, etc.)

measure.

where the fingerbreadth is often informally

used as a unit of measure.

nail (cloth)

nail (cloth)

A nail is an obsolete unit of cloth measurement

A nail is an obsolete unit of cloth

generally equal to a sixteenth of a yard or 2

measurement generally equal to a sixteenth

inches (5.715 cm). The nail was apparently named of a yard or 2 inches (5.715 cm). The nail

after the practice of hammering brass nails into the was apparently named after the practice of

counter at shops where cloth was sold.

hammering brass nails into the counter at

inch

An inch (in or ) is a unit of length or

distance in a number of systems of

measurement, including in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

One inch is defined as 112 of a foot and is

therefore 136 of a yard. According to the

modern definition, one inch is equal to 25.4

mm exactly.

inch (US survey)

inch (US survey)

An US survey inch (in or ) is a unit of length or An US survey inch (in or ) is a unit of

distance, which is equal to 139.37 of a meter.

length or distance, which is equal to 139.37 of a

meter.

barleycorn

barleycorn

A barleycorn is an archaic Anglo-Saxon unit of A barleycorn is an archaic Anglo-Saxon unit

length. In medieval times, 3 barleycorns

of length. In medieval times, 3 barleycorns

comprising 1 inch was the legal definition of the comprising 1 inch was the legal definition of

inch. The barleycorn measure is still the basis for the inch. The barleycorn measure is still the

current UK and U.S. shoe sizes.

basis for current UK and U.S. shoe sizes.

mil

mil

A mil or thousandth of an inch is a derived unit of A mil or thousandth of an inch is a derived

length equal to 0.001 inch. The unit is used in

unit of length equal to 0.001 inch. The unit is

English-speaking countries in engineering and

used in English-speaking countries in

manufacturing for specifying the small thicknesses engineering and manufacturing for

(paper, paint coatings) or tolerances in the

specifying the small thicknesses (paper, paint

automotive and other industries.

coatings) or tolerances in the automotive and

other industries.

microinch

microinch

A microinch (in) is a non-SI measurement unit A microinch (in) is a non-SI measurement

of length or distance, and equal to one millionth of unit of length or distance, and equal to one

an inch.

millionth of an inch.

angstrom

angstrom

The ngstrm (A) is a unit of length equal to

The ngstrm (A) is a unit of length equal to

10 m or 0.1 nm. Its symbol is the Swedish letter 10 m or 0.1 nm. Its symbol is the Swedish

. The ngstrm is used in the natural sciences and letter . The ngstrm is used in the natural

technology to express very small sizes comparing sciences and technology to express very

to that of atoms, and molecules. The ngstrm is small sizes comparing to that of atoms, and

not formally a part of the International System of molecules. The ngstrm is not formally a

Units (SI) and its use is officially discouraged in part of the International System of Units (SI)

SI. The closest SI unit, the nanometer (10 m), is and its use is officially discouraged in SI.

The closest SI unit, the nanometer (10 m),

recommended for use instead of ngstrm.

is recommended for use instead of ngstrm.

a.u. of length

a.u. of length

An atomic unit of length (au or a.u. or a0) is a

An atomic unit of length (au or a.u. or a0)

part of a system of natural units (Hartree atomic is a part of a system of natural units (Hartree

inch

An inch (in or ) is a unit of length or distance in

a number of systems of measurement, including in

the US Customary Units and British Imperial

Units. One inch is defined as 112 of a foot and is

therefore 136 of a yard. According to the modern

definition, one inch is equal to 25.4 mm exactly.

atomic units) which is convenient for atomic

calculations. The atomic unit of length is the Bohr physics calculations. The atomic unit of

radius, which is a physical constant, approximately length is the Bohr radius, which is a physical

equal to the most probable distance between the constant, approximately equal to the most

proton and electron in a hydrogen atom in its

probable distance between the proton and

ground state. The Bohr radius has a value of

electron in a hydrogen atom in its ground

5.2917721092(17)10 m or approximately 53 state. The Bohr radius has a value of

5.2917721092(17)10 m or approximately

pm.

53 pm.

X unit

X unit

An x copper unit (xu) is a unit of length

An x copper unit (xu) is a unit of length

approximately equal to 0.100207 pm (1.00207 approximately equal to 0.100207 pm

(1.00207 m). It is used to quote the

m). It is used to quote the wavelength of X-rays

and gamma rays. There are two separate and

wavelength of X-rays and gamma rays.

slightly different x units, which are defined in

There are two separate and slightly different

terms of the wavelengths of the two most

x units, which are defined in terms of the

commonly used X-ray lines in X-ray

wavelengths of the two most commonly used

crystallography the copper x unit and the

X-ray lines in X-ray crystallography the

molybdenum x unit. In this converter the copper x copper x unit and the molybdenum x unit. In

unit is used.

this converter the copper x unit is used.

fermi

fermi

A fermi (fm) is another name of a femtometer,

A fermi (fm) is another name of a

which is a decimal fraction of the base SI unit of femtometer, which is a decimal fraction of

length, the meter. It is used in nuclear physics

the base SI unit of length, the meter. It is

because typical dimensions of a nucleus are in the used in nuclear physics because typical

order of several fermi. For example, the diameter dimensions of a nucleus are in the order of

of a nucleus of uranium-238 is equal to 16 fermi. several fermi. For example, the diameter of a

nucleus of uranium-238 is equal to 16 fermi.

arpent

arpent

An arpent is a pre-metric French unit of length

An arpent is a pre-metric French unit of

and a unit of area. It is used in Quebec as well as length and a unit of area. It is used in Quebec

in some areas of the United States that were part of as well as in some areas of the United States

French Louisiana. 1 arpent = 180 French feet (of that were part of French Louisiana. 1 arpent

approximately 32 centimeters) = about 192

= 180 French feet (of approximately 32

English feet = about 58.47 meters.

centimeters) = about 192 English feet =

about 58.47 meters.

pica

pica

A pica is a typographic unit of measure

A pica is a typographic unit of measure

corresponding to 1/72 of a foot, and therefore to corresponding to 1/72 of a foot, and therefore

1/6 of an inch. The pica contains 12 point units of to 1/6 of an inch. The pica contains 12 point

measure. The computer pica is equal to 4.233mm units of measure. The computer pica is equal

or 0.166 in.

to 4.233mm or 0.166 in.

point

point

A point (pt) is the smallest unit of measure in

A point (pt) is the smallest unit of measure

typography. It is a subdivision of the larger pica. in typography. It is a subdivision of the larger

The contemporary desktop publishing point (also pica. The contemporary desktop publishing

point (also called the PostScript point) was

points to the inch (1 point = 172 inches = 25.472 defined as 72 points to the inch (1 point =

mm = 0.3527 mm). There are 12 points to the pica. 172 inches = 25.472 mm = 0.3527 mm).

There are 12 points to the pica.

twip

twip

A twip (abbreviated from twentieth of a point) is A twip (abbreviated from twentieth of a

a typographical unit of measurement, defined as point) is a typographical unit of

1/20 of a typographical point. One twip is 1/1440 measurement, defined as 1/20 of a

inch or 17.639 m when derived from the

typographical point. One twip is 1/1440 inch

PostScript point at 72 to the inch (used in this

or 17.639 m when derived from the

converter), and 1/1445.4 inch or 17.573 m based PostScript point at 72 to the inch (used in

on the printers point at 72.27 to the inch.

this converter), and 1/1445.4 inch or 17.573

m based on the printers point at 72.27 to

the inch.

aln

aln

An aln is a Swedish commercial unit of length

An aln is a Swedish commercial unit of

used for cloth and equal to approximately 69.44 length used for cloth and equal to

cm.

approximately 69.44 cm.

famn

famn

A famn is a Swedish unit of length equal to

A famn is a Swedish unit of length equal to

fathom or 3 alnar (pl. of aln, see the unit above). fathom or 3 alnar (pl. of aln, see the unit

above).

caliber

caliber

A caliber (cl) is a non-SI unit of length used in the A caliber (cl) is a non-SI unit of length used

USA and UK. It is equal to 1/100 of inch or 0.0254 in the USA and UK. It is equal to 1/100 of

cm.

inch or 0.0254 cm.

centiinch

centiinch

A centiinch is a non-SI unit of length used in the A centiinch is a non-SI unit of length used in

USA and UK. It is equal to 1/100 of inch or 0.0254 the USA and UK. It is equal to 1/100 of inch

cm.

or 0.0254 cm.

ken

ken

A ken () is a unit of length in Japanese

A ken () is a unit of length in Japanese

architecture. A ken is a part of the Shakkan-h ( architecture. A ken is a part of the Shakkan) traditional system of measurement, whose h () traditional system of

value varied in history but was always around just measurement, whose value varied in history

under 2 m (6.6 ft).

but was always around just under 2 m (6.6

ft).

Russian arshin

Russian arshin

An arshin (Russian: ) is an obsolete

An arshin (Russian: ) is an obsolete

Russian unit of length used since the 16th century. Russian unit of length used since the 16th

It was standardized by Peter the Great in the 18th century. It was standardized by Peter the

century to measure exactly twenty-eight English Great in the 18th century to measure exactly

inches (71.1 cm). 1 arshin = 16 vershoks.

twenty-eight English inches (71.1 cm). 1

arshin = 16 vershoks.

Roman actus

Roman actus

length and is equal to 35.48 m.

vara de tarea

A vara de tarea is an obsolete Spanish unit of

length used in various Spanish-speaking countries.

of length and is equal to 35.48 m.

vara de tarea

A vara de tarea is an obsolete Spanish unit

of length used in various Spanish-speaking

countries.

vara conuquera

vara conuquera

A vara conuquera is an obsolete Spanish unit of A vara conuquera is an obsolete Spanish

length used in various Spanish-speaking countries. unit of length used in various Spanishspeaking countries.

vara castellana

vara castellana

A vara castellana is an obsolete Spanish unit of A vara castellana is an obsolete Spanish

length used in various Spanish-speaking countries. unit of length used in various Spanishspeaking countries.

cubit (Greek)

cubit (Greek)

A Greek cubit is a traditional unit of length, based A Greek cubit is a traditional unit of length,

on the length of the forearm: from the elbow to the based on the length of the forearm: from the

tip of the middle finger. It is equal to 46 cm.

elbow to the tip of the middle finger. It is

equal to 46 cm.

long reed

long reed

A long reed is a traditional unit of length equal to A long reed is a traditional unit of length

6 long cubits or approximately 3.2 m.

equal to 6 long cubits or approximately 3.2

m.

reed

reed

A reed is a traditional unit of length equal to 6

A reed is a traditional unit of length equal to

cubits or approximately 2.7 m.

6 cubits or approximately 2.7 m.

long cubit

long cubit

A long cubit is a traditional unit of length equal to A long cubit is a traditional unit of length

approximately 53.3 cm and based on the length of equal to approximately 53.3 cm and based on

the forearm: from the elbow to the tip of the

the length of the forearm: from the elbow to

middle finger. Cubits of various lengths from 60 the tip of the middle finger. Cubits of various

cm to slightly over one meter were employed in

lengths from 60 cm to slightly over one

many parts of the world from classical antiquity, meter were employed in many parts of the

into early modern times.

world from classical antiquity, into early

modern times.

handbreadth

handbreadth

The handbreadth or handbreadth, also called a

The handbreadth or handbreadth, also

palm, is an obsolete non-SI unit of length. In

called a palm, is an obsolete non-SI unit of

English usage the handbreadth was originally

length. In English usage the handbreadth was

based on the breadth of a human hand without the originally based on the breadth of a human

thumb, and has origins in ancient Egypt. It is

hand without the thumb, and has origins in

distinct from the hand, the breadth of the hand

ancient Egypt. It is distinct from the hand,

with the thumb. It is usually taken to be equal to the breadth of the hand with the thumb. It is

four digits or fingers, or to three inches (7.62 cm). usually taken to be equal to four digits or

fingers, or to three inches (7.62 cm).

fingerbreadth

A fingerbreadth is any of several units of

measurement that are approximately the width of

an adult human finger. It is also called a finger or

fingers breadth. In medicine and related

disciplines (anatomy, radiology, etc.) the

fingerbreadth is often informally used as a unit of

measure. It is sometimes used in the measurement

of distilled spirits where two fingers of whisky

refer to the amount of whiskey that would fill a

glass to the level of two fingers from its bottom.

fingerbreadth

A fingerbreadth is any of several units of

measurement that are approximately the

width of an adult human finger. It is also

called a finger or fingers breadth. In

medicine and related disciplines (anatomy,

radiology, etc.) the fingerbreadth is often

informally used as a unit of measure. It is

sometimes used in the measurement of

distilled spirits where two fingers of whisky

refer to the amount of whiskey that would fill

a glass to the level of two fingers from its

bottom.

Planck length

Planck length

The Planck length (P), is a base unit of length in The Planck length (P), is a base unit of

the system of Planck units, equal to

length in the system of Planck units, equal to

1.616199(97)10 meters. The Planck length can 1.616199(97)10 meters. The Planck

be defined using fundamental physical constants. length can be defined using fundamental

physical constants.

Electron radius (classical)

Electron radius (classical)

The classical electron radius (re), also known as The classical electron radius (re), also

the Lorentz radius or the Thomson scattering

known as the Lorentz radius or the Thomson

length, is based on a classical (i.e., non-quantum) scattering length, is based on a classical (i.e.,

relativistic model of the electron. Its value is

non-quantum) relativistic model of the

calculated as 2.8179409210 m.

electron. Its value is calculated as

2.8179409210 m.

Bohr radius

Bohr radius

An Bohr radius (b a.u.) is a part of a system of An Bohr radius (b a.u.) is a part of a system

natural units which is convenient for atomic

of natural units which is convenient for

physics calculations. The Bohr radius is an atomic atomic physics calculations. The Bohr radius

unit of length. It is a physical constant,

is an atomic unit of length. It is a physical

approximately equal to the most probable distance constant, approximately equal to the most

between the proton and electron in a hydrogen

probable distance between the proton and

atom in its ground state. The Bohr radius has a

electron in a hydrogen atom in its ground

value of 5.2917721092(17)10 m or

state. The Bohr radius has a value of

5.2917721092(17)10 m or approximately

approximately 53 pm.

53 pm.

Earths equatorial radius

Earths equatorial radius

In geodesy, a reference ellipsoid is a

In geodesy, a reference ellipsoid is a

mathematically-defined surface that approximates mathematically-defined surface that

the geoid, the truer figure of the Earth. Reference approximates the geoid, the truer figure of

ellipsoids are used as a surface to perform

the Earth. Reference ellipsoids are used as a

computations. The difference between Earths

surface to perform computations. The

equatorial and polar radii is about 21 km.

difference between Earths equatorial and

polar radii is about 21 km.

Earths polar radius

Earths polar radius

mathematically-defined surface that approximates

the geoid, the truer figure of the Earth. Reference

ellipsoids are used as a surface to perform

computations. The difference between Earths

equatorial and polar diameters is about 42 km.

Earths distance from sun

The Earths distance from the Sun also called

the astronomical unit (AU, au, a.u., or ua) is a unit

of length equal to approximately the mean Earth

Sun distance, which is equal to 149,597,870,700

meters or 92,955,807.273 miles.

Suns radius

The solar radius is a unit of distance used to

express the size of stars in astronomy equal to the

current radius of the Sun. The solar radius is

approximately 695,500 kilometers (432,450 miles)

or about 109 times the radius of the Earth.

mathematically-defined surface that

approximates the geoid, the truer figure of

the Earth. Reference ellipsoids are used as a

surface to perform computations. The

difference between Earths equatorial and

polar diameters is about 42 km.

Earths distance from sun

The Earths distance from the Sun also

called the astronomical unit (AU, au, a.u., or

ua) is a unit of length equal to approximately

the mean EarthSun distance, which is equal

to 149,597,870,700 meters or

92,955,807.273 miles.

Suns radius

The solar radius is a unit of distance used to

express the size of stars in astronomy equal

to the current radius of the Sun. The solar

radius is approximately 695,500 kilometers

(432,450 miles) or about 109 times the radius

of the Earth.

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liter

A liter or litre (L or l) is a metric non-SI unit of volume. It is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm),

or 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm). Some dry bulk products can be distributed in 1-liter containers.

barrel dry (US)

A US dry barrel is a unit of volume used for measuring dry bulk goods in the US. It is equal to

7,056 cubic inches (115.6 L) or approximately 3.28 bushel. The US dry barrel is defined as

length of stave 2812 in (72 cm), diameter of head 1718 in (43 cm), distance between heads 26

in (66 cm), circumference of bulge 64 in (1.6 m) outside measurement.

pint dry (US)

A US dry pint is a unit of volume used for measuring dry bulk goods in the US. It is equal to

one-eighth of a United States dry gallon or 0.5506 L. It is sometimes used in the United States.

The US dry pint is not as common as the liquid pint.

quart dry (US)

A US dry quart is a unit of volume used for measuring dry bulk goods in the US. The US dry

quart is equal to 1/32 of a US bushel or approximately 1.1012 liters.

peck (US)

A US peck is a unit of dry volume in the US Customary Units. It is equivalent to 2 gallons or 8

US dry quarts or 16 US dry pints or approximately 8.81 L. Four US pecks make a US bushel.

peck (UK)

A UK peck is a unit of dry volume in the British Imperial Units. It is equivalent to 2 imperial

gallons or 8 imperial quarts or 16 imperial pints or approximately 9.09 L. Four imperial pecks

make an imperial bushel.

bushel (US)

A US bushel (bsh., bu) is a unit of dry volume in the US Customary Units. It is equivalent to 4

US pecks or 8 US dry gallons. It is used for volumes of dry goods, most often in agriculture.

bushel (UK)

A US bushel (bsh., bu) is a unit of dry volume in the British Imperial Units. It is equivalent to 4

UK pecks or 8 UK gallons. It is used for volumes of dry goods, most often in agriculture.

cor (Biblical)

A cor (sometimes kor) is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 10 baths or 6 bushels

or about 220 L. Some sources give a 450 L equivalent for this unit.

homer (Biblical)

An homer is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 10 baths or 6 bushels or about 220

L.

ephah (Biblical)

An ephah is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 10 omers or 3/5 bushel or about 22

L.

seah (Biblical)

A seah is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/3 ephah or 7 quarts or about 7.3 L.

omer (Biblical)

An omer is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/10 ephah or 2 quarts or about 2.2

L.

cab (Biblical)

A cab is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/18 ephah or 1 quarts or about 1.2 L.

Some sources give a 2.5 L equivalent for this unit.

log (Biblical)

An log is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/72 bath or 1/3 quart or about 0.3 L.

pengonversi

[Bahasa Sasaran] dan Bahasa Inggris

Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia English

meter

Meter persegi atau meter persegi (Ejaan bahasa

Inggris) adalah satuan luas turunan SI. Simbolnya

m. Meter persegi ditetapkan sebagai luas persegi

dengan sisi sepanjang satu meter. Meter persegi

diturunkan dari satuan meter dasar SI, yaitu

ditetapkan sebagai panjang jalur yang ditempuh

cahaya dalam ruang hampa selama interval waktu

1299.792.458 detik.

meter

A square meter or square meter (British

spelling) is a SI derived unit of area. Its

symbol m. The square meter is defined as

the area of a square whose sides are one

meter. The square meter is derived from the

SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as

the length of the path travelled by light in

vacuum during a time interval of

1299,792,458 of a second.

kilometer

kilometer

Kilometer persegi adalah perkalian desimal dari A square kilometer is a decimal multiple of

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

1.000.000 m. Simbolnya adalah km.

to 1,000,000 m. Its symbol is km.

hektometer

hectometer

Hektometer persegi adalah perkalian desimal dari A square hectometer is a decimal multiple

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan of the SI derived unit square meter and is

10.000 m. Simbolnya adalah hm.

equal to 10,000 m. Its symbol is hm.

dekameter

decameter

Dekameter persegi adalah perkalian desimal dari A square decameter is a decimal multiple of

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

100 m. Simbolnya adalah dam.

to 100 m. Its symbol is dam.

desimeter

decimeter

Desimeter persegi adalah pecahan desimal dari A square decimeter is a decimal fraction of

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

0,01 m. Simbolnya adalah dm.

to 0.01 m. Its symbol is dm.

sentimeter

centimeter

Sentimeter persegi adalah pecahan desimal dari A square centimeter is a decimal fraction of

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

0,0001 m. Simbolnya adalah cm.

to 0.0001 m. Its symbol is cm.

milimeter

millimeter

Milimeter persegi adalah pecahan desimal dari

A square millimeter is a decimal fraction of

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

0,000001 m. Simbolnya adalah mm.

to 0.000001 m. Its symbol is mm.

mikrometer

micrometer

mikrometer persegi adalah pecahan desimal dari A square micrometer is a decimal fraction

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan of the SI derived unit square meter and is

nanometer

Nanometer persegi adalah pecahan desimal dari

meter persegi satuan turunan SI dan sama dengan

110 m. Simbolnya adalah nm.

Hektar

Hektar adalah satuan luas metrik non SI dan

ditetapkan sebagai 10.000 meter persegi atau 100

are. Satuan luas ini terutama digunakan dalam

pengukuran luas tanah. Simbolnya adalah ha.

are

Are adalah satuan luas metrik non SI dan

ditetapkan sebagai 100 meter persegi. Satuan luas

ini terutama digunakan dalam pengukuran luas

tanah. Simbolnya adalah a.

barn

Barn adalah satuan luas metrik non SI dan

ditetapkan sebagai 1028 meter persegi. Satuan luas

ini terutama digunakan dalam fisika energi tinggi

sebagai pengukur kemungkinan interaksi antara

partikel elementer. Simbolnya adalah b. Nama

tersebut diciptakan oleh ahli fisika nuklir Amerika

yang menjelaskan inti atom uranium sebesar

gudang yang mencoba mengaburkan penelitian

mereka tentang struktur nuklir selama PD II.

nanometer

A square nanometer is a decimal fraction of

the SI derived unit square meter and is equal

to 110 m. Its symbol is nm.

hectare

A hectare is a non-SI metric unit of area and

defined as 10,000 square meters or 100 ares.

It is primarily used in the measurements of

land area. Its symbol is ha.

are

An are is a non-SI metric unit of area and

defined as 100 square meters. It is primarily

used in the measurements of land area. Its

symbol is a.

barn

A barn is a non-SI metric unit of area and

defined as 1028 square meters, which is

approximately the cross sectional area of a

uranium nucleus. It is primarily used in high

energy physics as a measure of the

possibility of interaction between elementary

particles. Its symbol is b. The name was

coined by American nuclear physicists who

described the uranium nucleus as big as a

barn trying to obscure their study of nuclear

structure during WWII.

mil

mile

Mil persegi adalah satuan luas yang sering

A square mile is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of area and defined as the

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas persegi yang sisinya area of a square whose sides are one statute

satu mil. Simbolnya adalah mi atau mi persegi. 1 mile. Its symbol is mi or sq mi. 1 sq mi is

mi persegi sama dengan 2,59 km persegi.

equal to 2.59 sq km.

mil (Survei AS)

mile (US survey)

Mil survei AS persegi adalah satuan luas yang

A square US survey mile is a US customary

sering digunakan di AS dan ditetapkan sebagai

unit of area and defined as the area of a

luas persegi yang sisinya tepat satu mil AS. Satu square whose sides are exactly one US

mil survei AS persegi sama dengan 1,000004 mi survey mile. One square US survey mile is

persegi. Satuan ini terutama digunakan oleh Sistem equal to 1.000004 sq mi. It is primarily used

Survei Tanah Publik Amerika Serikat.

by the United States Public Land Survey

System.

yard

yard

Yard persegi adalah satuan luas yang sering

A square yard is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of area and defined as the

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas persegi yang sisinya area of a square with sides of one yard. Its

satu yard. Simbolnya adalah yd atau yd persegi. 1 symbol is yd or sq yd. 1 sq yd is equal to

0.836 sq m.

kaki

foot

Kaki persegi adalah satuan luas yang sering

A square foot is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of area and defined as the

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas persegi yang sisinya area of a square with sides of one foot. Its

satu kaki. Simbolnya adalah ft atau ft persegi. 1 ft symbol is ft or sq ft. 1 sq ft is equal to 0.093

persegi sama dengan 0,093 m persegi.

sq m.

kaki (Survei AS)

foot (US survey)

Kaki survei AS persegi adalah satuan luas yang A square US survey foot is a US customary

sering digunakan di AS dan ditetapkan sebagai

unit of area and defined as the area of a

luas persegi yang sisinya tepat satu kaki survei AS. square whose sides are exactly one US

Satu kaki survei AS persegi sama dengan 1,000004 survey foot. One square US survey foot is

ft persegi atau 0,0929 m persegi. Satuan ini

equal to 1.000004 sq ft or 0.0929 sq m. It is

terutama digunakan oleh Sistem Survei Tanah

primarily used by the United States Public

Publik Amerika Serikat.

Land Survey System.

inci

inch

Inci persegi adalah satuan luas yang sering

A square inch is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of area and defined as the

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas persegi yang sisinya area of a square with sides of one inch. Its

satu inci. Simbolnya adalah in atau in persegi. 1 symbol is in or sq in. 1 square inch is equal

inci persegi sama dengan 6,4516 cm persegi.

to 6.4516 sq cm.

inci lingkaran

circular inch

Inci lingkaran adalah satuan luas yang sering

A circular inch is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of area and defined as the

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas lingkaran berdiameter area of a circle 1 inch (25.4 millimeters) in

1 inci (25,4 milimeter) atau /4 in persegi. Satu

diameter or /4 sq in. One circular inch is

inci lingkaran sama dengan 5,067 cm persegi atau equal to 5.067 sq cm or 0.785 sq in.

0,785 in persegi.

township

township

A township, yang terkadang disebut township

A township, which is sometimes called

kongres, ditetapkan sebagai satuan persegi dari

Congressional township, is defined as a

tanah dengan sisi enam mil survei AS. Satuan ini square unit of land with sides of six US

terutama digunakan oleh Sistem Survei Tanah

Survey miles. It is primarily used by the

Publik Amerika Serikat. Satu township sama

United States Public Land Survey System.

dengan 36 mil persegi atau 93,24 km persegi.

One township is equal to 36 sq miles or

Setiap township dibagi ke dalam 36 bagian satu

93.24 sq km. Each township is divided into

mil persegi.

36 one-square mile sections.

section

section

Section ditetapkan sebagai satuan persegi dari

A section is defined as a square unit of land

tanah dengan luas satu mil persegi. Satuan ini

with an area of one square mile. It is

terutama digunakan oleh Sistem Survei Tanah

primarily used by the United States Public

Publik Amerika Serikat. 36 section membentuk

Land Survey System. 36 sections make up

satu township Survei AS. Satu section sama

one US Survey township. One section is

dengan 1 mil persegi atau 2,59 km persegi.

equal to 1 sq mile or 2.59 sq km.

acre

acre

Acreadalah satuan luas yang sering digunakan di An acre is an Imperial and US customary

unit of land area and defined as the area of

ditetapkan sebagai luas 1/640 mil persegi. 640

1/640 sq mile. 640 acres make up one square

acres membentuk satu mil persegi. Simbolnya

mile. Its symbol is ac. 1 ac is equal to 0.4 ha.

adalah ac. 1 ac sama dengan 0,4 ha.

acre (Survei AS)

acre (US survey)

Acre survei AS adalah satuan luas yang sering

A US survey acre is a US customary unit of

digunakan di AS dan didasarkan pada satuan kaki area and is based on the US survey foot. One

survei AS. Satu acre survei AS sama dengan

US survey acre is equal to 1.000004 acre or

1,000004 acre atau 4046,873 m persegi. Satuan ini 4046.873 sq m. It is primarily used by the

terutama digunakan oleh Sistem Survei Tanah

United States Public Land Survey System.

Publik Amerika Serikat.

rood

rood

Rood adalah satuan luas Inggris Lama, sama

Rood is an Old English unit of area, equal to

dengan acre atau 0,1 hektar. Rood kata kuno of an acre or 0.1 hectares. Rood is an

untuk tiang. Kata ini juga digunakan sebagai

archaic word for pole. It is also used as a

pengukuran panjang.

measurement of length.

chain

chain

Chain persegi adalah satuan luas yang sering

A square chain is an Imperial and US

digunakan di bekas wilayah jajahan Inggris dan AS customary unit of land area and defined as

dan ditetapkan sebagai luas sepersepuluh acre.

the area of one tenth of an acre. 1 square

Satu chain persegi sama dengan 404,69 m persegi chain is equal to 404.69 sq m or 484 sq

atau 484 yard persegi.

yards.

rod

rod

Rod persegi adalah satuan luas yang digunakan A square rod is a unit of area used in a

dalam sejumlah sistem pengukuran. Satuan ini

number of systems of measurement. It is

sama dengan 30,25 yard persegi atau 25,29 meter equal to 30.25 square yards or 25.29 square

persegi.

meters.

rod (Survei AS)

rod (US survey)

Rod persegi survei AS adalah satuan luas yang

A US survey square rod is a US customary

sering digunakan di AS. Satuan ini sama dengan unit of area. It is equal to 1.000004 sq rod or

1,000004 rod persegi atau 25,29 meter persegi.

25.29 square meters.

perch

perch

Perch persegi adalah satuan luas yang digunakan A square perch is a unit of area used in a

dalam sejumlah sistem pengukuran. Satuan ini

number of systems of measurement. It is

sama dengan satu rod persegi, 30,25 yard persegi equal to a square rod, 30.25 square yards or

atau 25,29 meter persegi.

25.29 square meters.

pole

pole

Pole persegi adalah satuan luas yang digunakan A square pole is a unit of area used in a

dalam sejumlah sistem pengukuran. Satuan ini

number of systems of measurement. It is

sama dengan satu rod persegi, 30,25 yard persegi equal to a square rod, 30.25 square yards or

atau 25,29 meter persegi.

25.29 square meters.

mil

mil

Mil persegi adalah satuan luas, sama dengan luas A square mil is a unit of area, equal to the

persegi dengan sisi panjang sama dengan satu mil. area of a square with sides of length equal to

Satu mil adalah 1/1000 inci internasional. Satuan one mil. A mil is 1/1000 of an international

penampang melintang dari kawat atau kabel. Mil

Persegi = /4 Mil Lingkaran.

mil lingkaran

Mil lingkaran adalah satuan luas, sama dengan

luas lingkaran dengan diameter satu mil (1/1000

inci). Satuan ini digunakan oleh teknisi listrik di

Kanada dan AS untuk merujuk luas kabel dengan

penampang melintang lingkaran, karena luas

dalam mil lingkaran bisa dihitung tanpa referensi

ke pi (). National Electrical Code (NEC) AS

menggunakan mil lingkaran untuk menentukan

ukuran kabel yang lebih besar dari 0000 AWG

(diameter 0,4600 inci).

homestead

Homestead adalah satuan luas tanah yang

mencakup 160 acre, 65 hektar atau 0,65 km.

Satuan ini juga disebut seperempat section di AS.

sabin

Sabin (metrik) adalah satuan serapan suara. Satu

meter persegi bahan, yang menyerap 100% suara,

bernilai satu sabin metrik. Sabin non metrik

berdasarkan kaki. Satu kaki persegi bahan, yang

menyerap semua suara yang timbul, bernilai satu

sabin non metrik.

of the cross section of a wire or cable. Square

Mils = /4 Circular Mils.

circular mil

A circular mil is a unit of area, equal to the

area of a circle with a diameter of one mil

(1/1000 of an inch). It is used by electricians

in Canada and the US for referring to the

area of a wire with a circular cross section,

because the area in circular mils can be

calculated without reference to pi (). The

US National Electrical Code (NEC) uses the

circular mil to define wire sized larger than

0000 AWG (0.4600 inches in diameter).

homestead

Homestead is a unit of area of land covering

160 acres, 65 hectares or 0.65 km. It is also

called a quarter-section in the USA.

sabin

Sabin (metric) is a unit of sound absorption.

One square meter of material, which absorbs

100% of sound, has a value of one metric

sabin. Non-metric sabin is based on foot.

One square foot of material, which absorbs

all incident sound, has a value of one nonmetric sabin.

arpent

arpent

Arpent adalah satuan luas dan panjang Perancis An arpent is an old French unit of area and

lama yang digunakan di Quebec dan beberapa

length used in Quebec and in some areas of

daerah di Amerika Serikat. Di berbagai tempat di the United States. In various places of North

Amerika Utara, 1 arpent (persegi) sama dengan

America, 1 arpent (square) equals from 3419

3419 sampai 3443 meter persegi.

to 3443 square meters.

cuerda

cuerda

Cuerda adalah satuan luas dan panjang yang lama Cuerda is a old unit of area and length in

di beberapa negara yang berbahasa Spanyol.

several Spanish-speaking countries.

varas castellanas cuad

varas castellanas cuad

Varas castellanas cuad adalah satuan luas dan

Varas castellanas cuad is a old unit of area

panjang yang lama di beberapa negara yang

and length in several Spanish-speaking

berbahasa Spanyol.

countries.

varas conuqueras cuad

varas conuqueras cuad

Varas conuqueras cuad adalah satuan luas dan Varas conuqueras cuad is a old unit of area

panjang yang lama di beberapa negara yang

and length in several Spanish-speaking

berbahasa Spanyol.

countries.

Penampang melintang elektron

Electron cross section

Potongan melintang elektron adalah satuan luas Electron cross section is a very small unit of

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meter

A cubic meter (m) is a derived SI unit of volume. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a

cube whose sides are one meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter,

which is defined as the length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of

1299,792,458 of a second.

kilometer

A cubic kilometer or cubic kilometer (km) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of

volume, the cubic meter. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one

meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as the

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1299,792,458 of a

second.

decimeter

A cubic decimeter or cubic decimeter (dm) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of

volume, the cubic meter. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one

meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as the

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1299,792,458 of a

second.

centimeter

A cubic centimeter or cubic centimeter (cm) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of

volume, the cubic meter. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one

meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as the

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1299,792,458 of a

second.

millimeter

A cubic millimeter or cubic millimeter (mm) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of

volume, the cubic meter. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one

meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as the

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1299,792,458 of a

second.

liter

A liter (L or l) is a non-SI metric unit of volume equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic

centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

exaliter

An exaliter (EL or El) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

petaliter

A petaliter (PL or Pl) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

teraliter

A teraliter (TL or Tl) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

gigaliter

A gigaliter (GL or Gl) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

megaliter

A megaliter (ML or Ml) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter,

which is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

kiloliter

A kiloliter (kL or kl) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

hectoliter

A hectoliter (hL or hl) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

dekaliter

A dekaliter (daL or dal) is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter,

which is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

deciliter

A deciliter (dL or dl) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

centiliter

A centiliter (cL or cl) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

milliliter

A milliliter (mL or ml) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

microliter

A microliter (L or l) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter,

which is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

nanoliter

A nanoliter (nL or nl) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

picoliter

A picoliter (pL or pl) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

femtoliter

A femtoliter (fL or fl) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which

is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

attoliter

A attoliter (aL or al) is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the liter, which is

equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm), 1,000 cubic centimeters (cm) or 10 cubic meter.

cc

A cubic centimeter or cubic centimeter (cc, cm) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of

volume, the cubic meter. The cubic meter is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one

meter. The cubic meter is derived from the SI base unit of the meter, which is defined as the

length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1299,792,458 of a

second.

drop

A drop is a non-system unit of measure of volume equal to the amount dispensed as one drop

from a dropper. It is often used in giving quantities of liquid drugs to patients, and sometimes in

cooking. The volume of a drop vary depending on various variables like the technique used to

produce drops, the strength of the gravitational field, the density and the surface tension of the

liquid.

barrel (oil)

An oil barrel (bbl) is a legacy unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to 42 US gallons

or approximately 159 L. This unit is used mainly in the US as a measure of crude oil and other

petroleum products.

barrel (US)

A US barrel (bl) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to 31.5 US gallons or

approximately 119 L. This unit is used in the US as a measure of liquids apart from crude oil and

other petroleum products.

barrel (UK)

A UK barrel (bl) is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units equal to 36 imperial gallons or

approximately 164 L for beer or 42 US gallons (approximately 159 L) for oil. This unit is used in

the UK as a measure of liquid products.

gallon (US)

A US gallon (gal) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to 231 cubic inches or

approximately 3.79 L. There are four US quarts in a gallon.

gallon (UK)

A UK (imperial) gallon (gal) is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units equal to the

volume of 10 pounds of water at 62F or 17 or approximately 4,55 L. There are four 160 fluid

ounces in an imperial gallon.

quart (US)

A US liquid quart (qt) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to a quarter of a

gallon. It is also equal to two pints or four cups, or 32 US fluid ounces, or approximately 0.95 L.

quart (UK)

A UK (imperial) quart (qt) is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units used for measuring

both liquid and dry substances. It is equal to one quarter of an imperial gallon or approximately

1.14 L.

pint (US)

A US liquid pint (pt) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to one-eighth of a US

liquid gallon. It is also equal to two cups, or 16 US fluid ounces, or half a US liquid quart, or

approximately 0.47 L.

pint (UK)

A UK (imperial) pint (pt) is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units used for measuring

both liquid and dry substances. It is equal to one-eighth of an imperial gallon or half of an

cup (US)

A US cup is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to one-sixteenth of a US liquid

gallon. It is also equal to one-fourth of a US liquid quart, or eight US fluid ounces, or

approximately 0.24 L.

cup (metric)

A metric cup is a non-SI metric unit of volume equal to 250 ml. It is commonly used in the

Commonwealth of Nations, Latin America and countries, which use the metric system. A metric

cup is also equal to 8.80 imperial fluid ounces and 8.45 US fluid ounces.

cup (UK)

A UK (imperial) cup is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units used for measuring both

liquid and dry substances. It is equal to one-half of an imperial pint or 10 imperial fluid ounces,

or approximately 0.28 L.

fluid ounce (US)

A US fluid ounce (fl oz or fl. oz.) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to 1/128

of a US liquid gallon. It is also equal to 1/32 of a US quart, or 1/16 US pint, or approximately

29.6 mL.

fluid ounce (UK)

A UK (imperial) fluid ounce (fl oz or fl. oz.) is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units

used for measuring liquids. It is equal to 1/160 of an imperial gallon or 1/20 of an imperial pint,

or approximately 28.4 mL.

tablespoon (US)

A US tablespoon (tbsp.) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units equal to one-half of a

US fluid ounce or 4 fluid drams, or 1/16 US cup, or approximately 14.8 mL. It is also equal to

tree teaspoons.

tablespoon (metric)

A metric tablespoon is a non-SI metric unit of volume equal to 15 ml. It is used in many

countries for measuring liquid and dry substances.

tablespoon (UK)

A UK (imperial) tablespoon (tbsp.) is a unit of volume used for measuring liquid and dry

substances. It is equal to 0.625 of a UK fluid ounce, or approximately 17.8 mL.

dessertspoon (US)

A US dessertspoon (dstspn or cochl. med.) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used

for measuring liquid and dry substances. It is equal to one-third of a US fluid ounce or two

teaspoons, or approximately 10 mL. By another definition, one dessertspoon is equal to onefourth of a US fluid ounce or approximately 7.39 mL.

dessertspoon (UK)

A UK dessertspoon (dstspn or cochl. med.) is a unit of volume used for measuring liquid and

dry substances. It is equal to one-third of a UK fluid ounce or two teaspoons, or approximately

11 mL. In another definition, one dessertspoon is equal to one-fourth of an imperial fluid ounce

or 1/160 of an imperial gallon, or approximately 7.10 mL.

teaspoon (US)

A US teaspoon (t., ts., tsp. or tspn.) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used for

measuring liquid and dry substances during food preparation. As a unit of culinary measure, it is

equal to 1/3 tablespoon or 4.9 mL. It is also equal to one and one-third US fl. drams and one-

sixth US fluid ounce. For nutritional purposes, the US teaspoon is defined as exactly 5 mL.

teaspoon (metric)

A metric teaspoon is a non-SI metric unit of volume equal to 5 ml. It is used in many countries

for measuring liquid and dry substances, especially in cooking.

teaspoon (UK)

A UK teaspoon (t., ts., tsp. or tspn.) is a unit of volume used for measuring liquid and dry

substances. It is equal to one-fifth of a UK fluid ounce or approximately 5 mL.

gill (US)

A US gill is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used for measuring liquids. Now, it is

used only for measuring the volume of alcoholic spirits. One US gill is equal to 4 US fluid

ounces or 1/32 US gallon, or US pint, or US cup.

gill (UK)

A UK gill is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units used for measuring liquids. Now, it is

used only for measuring the volume of alcoholic spirits. One imperial gill is equal to 5 imperial

fluid ounces or 1.2 US gill, or approximately 142 mL.

minim (US)

A US minim is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used for measuring liquids. It is

equal to 1/60 of a US fluidram (fluid dram) or 1/480 of a US fluid ounce.

minim (UK)

A UK minim is a unit of volume in the British Imperial Units used for measuring liquids. It is

equal to 1/60 of an imperial fluidram (fluid dram) or 1/480 of an imperial fluid ounce.

mile

A cubic mile (mi) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

The cubic mile is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one mile.

yard

A cubic yard (yd) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

The cubic yard is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one yard.

foot

A cubic foot (ft) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. The

cubic foot is defined as the volume of a cube whose sides are one foot.

inch

A cubic inch (in) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units.

The cubic inch is defined as the area of a square whose sides are one inch.

register ton

A register ton is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units used as

a measure of the size or cargo carrying capacity of a ship. The register ton is defined as the

volume of 100 cubic feet (approximately 2.83 m). If filled with fresh water, this volume would

weigh approximately 2.8 tons. This unit was used before 1969. After this date, gross and net

register tonnages were replaced by gross tonnage and net tonnage respectively.

100 cubic feet

A 100 cubic feet (ccf) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units

used as a measure of the size or cargo carrying capacity of a ship. This unit is called the register

ton. It is equal to about 2.83 m. If filled with fresh water, this volume would weigh

approximately 2.8 tons. This unit was used before 1969. After this date, gross and net register

tonnages were replaced by gross tonnage and net tonnage respectively.

hundred-foot

A cubic hundred-foot is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units

used as a measure of the size or cargo carrying capacity of a ship. This unit is also called the

register ton. It is equal to about 2.83 m. If filled with fresh water, this volume would weigh

approximately 2.8 tons. This unit was used before 1969. After this date, gross and net register

tonnages were replaced by gross tonnage and net tonnage respectively.

acre-foot

An international acre-foot (ac ft) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used in

measurement of large-scale water resources, such as aqueducts, reservoirs, sewer flow capacity,

and river flows. The acre-foot is defined as the volume of one acre of surface area to a depth of

one foot. It is equal by definition to 43,560 international cubic feet or approximately 1233.48

cubic meters.

acre-foot (US survey)

A US survey acre-foot (ac ft) is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used in

measurement of large-scale water resources, such as aqueducts, reservoirs, sewer flow capacity,

and river flows. The acre-foot is defined as the volume of one acre of surface area to a depth of

one foot. It is equal by definition to 43,560 US survey cubic feet or approximately 1233.49 cubic

meters.

acre-inch

An acre-inch is a unit of volume in the US Customary Units used in measurement of large-scale

water resources, such as aqueducts, reservoirs, sewer flow capacity, and river flows. The acreinch is defined as the volume of one acre of surface area to a depth of one inch. It is equal to

102.790 153 128 96 cubic meters.

dekastere

A dekastere or dekastre is a decimal multiple of the non-SI metric unit of volume stere, which

is equal to one cubic meter. The name was derived from the Greek stereos solid as a

metric equivalent to the cord. The stre is typically used for measuring large quantities of

firewood or other cut wood.

stere

A stere or stre is a non-SI metric unit of volume equal to one cubic meter. The name was

derived from the Greek stereos solid as a metric equivalent to the cord. The stre is

typically used for measuring large quantities of firewood or other cut wood.

decistere

A decistere or decistre is a decimal fraction of the non-SI metric unit of volume, the stere,

which is equal to one cubic meter. The name was derived from the Greek stereos solid

as a metric equivalent to the cord. The stre is typically used for measuring large quantities of

firewood or other cut wood.

cord

A cord is a unit of dry volume used in the United States and Canada to measure the volume of

firewood and timber, which is intended for making wood pulp for paper production (pulpwood).

A cord is the amount of tightly stacked wood that occupies a volume of 128 cubic feet or

approximately 3.6 m. The name cord probably comes from using of a cord to measure all

three dimensions of a well stowed wood. A solid cord contains 128 cubic feet of wood.

However, wood is not sold in terms of solid cords. When wood is stacked, there is a considerable

amount of air between pieces of wood, so the actual cord contains about 80 cubic feet of wood.

tun

A tun (Old English tunne) is an English unit of liquid volume, used for measuring alcoholic

beverages, honey or oil. At various times it was equal from 252 to 208 imperial gallons.

hogshead

A hogshead is an English unit of liquid volume, used for measuring alcoholic beverages. A

hogshead for alcoholic beverages contains approximately 300 liters.

A tobacco hogshead was used to transport and store tobacco during colonial times in America. A

tobacco hogshead was a large wooden barrel 48 inches long and 30 inches in diameter at the

barrel head.

board foot

A board foot (FBM foot, board measure) is a unit of dry volume used in the United

States and Canada to measure the volume of lumber. It is the volume of one-foot length of a

board one foot wide and one inch thick. 1 board-foot = 1 ft 1 ft 1 in = 12 in 12 in 1 in =

30.48 cm x 30.48 cm x 2.54 cm.

dram

A fluid dram or fluid drachm (, dr) is a unit of volume used for measuring liquids. A dram is

a unit of mass in the avoirdupois system, and both a unit of mass and a unit of volume in the

apothecaries system. It was originally both a coin and a weight in ancient Greece. The fluid

dram is defined as 18 of a fluid ounce and is approximately equal to: 3.7 ml in the US

customary units and 3.55 ml in the British Imperial units.

cor (Biblical)

A cor is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 10 baths or 6 bushels or about 220 L.

homer (Biblical)

An homer is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 10 baths or 6 bushels or about 220

L.

bath (Biblical)

A bath was a unit of liquid volume in Ancient Israel equal to 72 logs and was a liquid equivalent

to ephah, which was also equal to 72 logs.

hin (Biblical)

A hin was a unit of liquid volume in Ancient Israel equal to 12 logs.

cab (Biblical)

An cab is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/18 ephah or 1 quarts or about 1.2 L.

log (Biblical)

An log is a Hebrew unit of dry volume. It is equivalent to 1/72 bath or 1/3 quart or about 0.3 L.

Taza (Spanish)

A taza is a Spanish name for cup, which is the unit of volume used in Latin America, Australia,

New Zealand, Canada, USA and other countries. In the US it is equal to 236.6 mL. In the

countries, which adopted the metric system, a cup is equal to 250 mL.

Earths volume

The Earths volume is approximately 1,083,210,000,000 km or 2.598810 mi.

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kelvin

The Kelvin temperature scale is used in the

International System of Units (SI), to measure the

temperature. Kelvin is one of the seven base units

in the system. The Kelvin scale is an absolute

temperature scale using as its null point absolute

zero. The kelvin is defined as the 1273.16 of the

thermodynamic temperature of the triple point of

water (0.008 C or 32.018 F).

kelvin

The Kelvin temperature scale is used in the

International System of Units (SI), to

measure the temperature. Kelvin is one of the

seven base units in the system. The Kelvin

scale is an absolute temperature scale using

as its null point absolute zero. The kelvin is

defined as the 1273.16 of the

thermodynamic temperature of the triple

point of water (0.008 C or 32.018 F).

degree Celsius

degree Celsius

The Celsius scale (C) is used for most

The Celsius scale (C) is used for most

temperature measurements and is included in SI as temperature measurements and is included in

a derived unit of temperature. It has the same

SI as a derived unit of temperature. It has the

incremental scaling as the Kelvin scale used by

same incremental scaling as the Kelvin scale

scientists, but fixes its null point, at 0C =

used by scientists, but fixes its null point, at

273.15K, approximately the freezing point of

0C = 273.15K, approximately the freezing

water. The Fahrenheit scale is used in the US for point of water. The Fahrenheit scale is used

common purposes. In this scale water freezes at

in the US for common purposes. In this scale

32 F and boils at 212 F.

water freezes at 32 F and boils at 212 F.

degree Fahrenheit

degree Fahrenheit

Within the Fahrenheit scale (F), the water

Within the Fahrenheit scale (F), the water

freezing temperature is defined at 32 degrees,

freezing temperature is defined at 32

while the boiling point of water is defined to be

degrees, while the boiling point of water is

212 degrees at standard atmospheric pressure. A defined to be 212 degrees at standard

degree on the Fahrenheit scale is 1180 of the

atmospheric pressure. A degree on the

interval between the freezing point and the boiling Fahrenheit scale is 1180 of the interval

point of water.

between the freezing point and the boiling

point of water.

degree Rankine

degree Rankine

In Rankine scale (R) zero is absolute zero.

In Rankine scale (R) zero is absolute zero.

However, unlike the Kelvin scale, the Rankine

However, unlike the Kelvin scale, the

degree is defined as equal to one degree

Rankine degree is defined as equal to one

Fahrenheit, rather than the one degree Celsius used degree Fahrenheit, rather than the one degree

by the Kelvin scale. A temperature of 459.67 F Celsius used by the Kelvin scale. A

is exactly equal to 0 R. The Rankine scale is used temperature of 459.67 F is exactly equal to

for thermodynamic calculations.

0 R. The Rankine scale is used for

thermodynamic calculations.

degree Reaumur

degree Reaumur

The Raumur scale (Re, R, R) is an obsolete The Raumur scale (Re, R, R) is an

temperature scale in which the boiling and freezing obsolete temperature scale in which the

points of water are set to 80 and 0 degrees

boiling and freezing points of water are set to

in Europe during the eighteenth century,

particularly in France and Germany as well as

Russia. By the 1790s, France switched to the

Celsius scale for the metric system over the

Raumur measurements. In modern days it is used

only in the measuring of milk temperature in

cheese production.

scale was widespread in Europe during the

eighteenth century, particularly in France and

Germany as well as Russia. By the 1790s,

France switched to the Celsius scale for the

metric system over the Raumur

measurements. In modern days it is used

only in the measuring of milk temperature in

cheese production.

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pascal

A pascal (Pa) is the SI derived unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile

strength. It is a measure of force per unit area, defined as one newton per square meter.

Example: On Earth, standard atmospheric pressure is 101,325 Pa = 101.325 kPa.

exapascal

An exapascal (EPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

petapascal

A petapascal (PPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

terapascal

A terapascal (TPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

gigapascal

A gigapascal (GPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

megapascal

A megapascal (MPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of

pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit

area, defined as one newton per square meter.

kilopascal

A kilopascal (kPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

hectopascal

A hectopascal (hPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

dekapascal

A dekapascal (daPa) is a decimal multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of

pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit

area, defined as one newton per square meter.

decipascal

A decipascal (dPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

centipascal

A centipascal (cPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

millipascal

A millipascal (mPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

micropascal

A micropascal (Pa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

nanopascal

A nanopascal (nPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

picopascal

A picopascal (pPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

femtopascal

A femtopascal (fPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

attopascal

An attopascal (aPa) is a decimal fraction of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit of pressure,

stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area,

defined as one newton per square meter.

newton/meter

A newton per square meter (N/m) is the SI derived unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus

and ultimate tensile strength. By definition, it is equal to pascal.

newton/centimeter

A newton per square centimeter (N/cm) is the metric unit of pressure, stress, Youngs

modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area, defined as one

newton per square centimeter.

newton/millimeter

A newton per square millimeter (N/mm) is the metric unit of pressure, stress, Youngs

modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area, defined as one

newton per square millimeter.

kilonewton/meter

A kilonewton per square meter (kN/m) is the metric unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus

and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area, defined as one kilonewton per

square meter.

bar

A bar (symbol bar) is a non-SI unit of pressure, defined as exactly equal to 10 Pa or 10

dyn/cm in CGS. It is approximately equal to the atmospheric pressure on Earth at sea level.

100,000 Pa = 1 bar 750.0616827 Torr.

The unit name is derived from the Greek , meaning weight.

millibar

A millibar (mbar) is a decimal fraction of bar, which is the non-SI unit of pressure, defined as

exactly equal to 100,000 Pa. It is approximately equal to the atmospheric pressure on Earth at

sea level.

100,000 Pa = 1 bar 750.0616827 Torr.

The unit name is derived from the Greek , meaning weight.

microbar

A microbar (bar) is a decimal fraction of bar, which is the non-SI unit of pressure, defined as

exactly equal to 100,000 Pa. It is approximately equal to the atmospheric pressure on Earth at

sea level.

100,000 Pa = 1 bar 750.0616827 Torr.

The unit name is derived from the Greek , meaning weight.

dyne/centimeter

A dyne per square centimeter (dyn/cm) is the CGS derived unit of pressure, stress, Youngs

modulus and ultimate tensile strength. Another name of this unit is barye or barad. It is a

measure of force per unit area, defined as one dyne per square centimeter.

kilogram-force/meter

A kilogram-force per square meter (kgf/m) is a non-SI metric unit of pressure, stress, Youngs

modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area.

kilogram-force/centimeter

A kilogram-force per square centimeter (kgf/cm) is a non-SI metric unit of pressure. It is a

measure of force per unit area. Another name of this unit is technical atmosphere (symbol at).

1 at = 98.0665 kPa 0.96784 standard atmospheres.

kilogram-force/millimeter

A kilogram-force per square millimeter (kgf/mm) is a non-SI metric unit of pressure, stress,

Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area.

gram-force/centimeter

A gram-force per square centimeter (gf/cm) is a non-SI metric unit of pressure, stress,

Youngs modulus and ultimate tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area.

ton-force (short)/foot

A short ton-force per square foot (tf/ft) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

ton-force (short)/inch

A short ton-force per square inch (tf/in) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

ton-force (long)/foot

A long ton-force per square foot (tf/ft) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

ton-force (long)/inch

A long ton-force per square inch (tf/in) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

kip-force/inch

A kip per square inch (ksi, kip/in) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate

tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of force

per unit area.

A kip or kip-force, or kilopound (kip, klb, kipf) is a non-SI non-metric unit of force. It is

equal to 1,000 pounds-force and used primarily by American architects and engineers to measure

engineering loads. 1 kip = 4448.22 newtons (N) = 4.44822 kilonewtons (kN). The name kip

comes from combining two words: kilo and pound. It is also called kilopound-force.

ksi

A kip per square inch (ksi, kip/in) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate

tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of force

per unit area.

A kip or kip-force, or kilopound (kip, klb, kipf) is a non-SI non-metric unit of force. It is

equal to 1,000 pounds-force and used primarily by American architects and engineers to measure

engineering loads. 1 kip = 4448.22 newtons (N) = 4.44822 kilonewtons (kN). The name kip

comes from combining two words: kilo and pound. It is also called kilopound-force.

pound-force/foot

A pound-force per square foot (lbf/ft) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

pound-force/inch

A pound-force per square inch (lbf/in, psi) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

psi

A pound-force per square inch (lbf/in, psi) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and

ultimate tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of

force per unit area.

poundal/foot

A poundal per square foot (pdl/ft) is a unit of pressure, stress, Youngs modulus and ultimate

tensile strength in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. It is a measure of force

per unit area.

torr

A torr (symbol Torr) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is approximately equal to the fluid pressure

exerted by a millimeter of mercury.

1 torr 1 mmHg

centimeter mercury (0C)

A centimeter of mercury (cmHg) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure

exerted at the base of a column of mercury 1 cm high, when the density of the fluid is 13.5951

g/cm (this occurs at 0C or 32F), at a place where the acceleration of gravity is 9.80665 m/s. 1

cmHg is roughly equal to 10 Torr.

millimeter mercury (0C)

A millimeter of mercury (mmHg) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure

exerted at the base of a column of mercury 1 mm high, when the density of the fluid is 13.5951

g/cm (this occurs at 0C or 32F), at a place where the acceleration of gravity is 9.80665 m/s. 1

mmHg is roughly equal to 1 Torr.

inch mercury (32F)

An inch of mercury (mmHg) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted at

the base of a column of mercury 1 inch (25.4 mm) high, when the density of the fluid is 13.5951

g/cm (this occurs at 0C or 32F), at a place where the acceleration of gravity is 9.80665 m/s. 1

inHg is roughly equal to 25.4 Torr.

inch mercury (60F)

An inch of mercury (inHg) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted at

the base of a column of mercury 1 inch (25.4 mm) high, at 0C or 32F, at a place where the

acceleration of gravity is 9.80665 m/s.

1 inHg = 3,386.389 Pa at 0 C. Sometimes this unit is defined for mercury density at 60F:

1 inHg60 F = 3,376.85 Pa.

Inches of mercury are still widely used for barometric pressure in weather reports, aviation and

refrigeration industries in the United States.

centimeter water (4C)

A centimeter of water (cmAq, cmHO) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the

pressure exerted at the base of a column of water 1 cm high, at 4C (temperature of maximum

water density), at the standard acceleration of gravity. 1 cmAq is roughly equal to 0.74 Torr. This

unit is often used in medicine and in water supply networks.

millimeter water (4C)

A millimeter of water (mmAq, mmHO) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure

exerted at the base of a column of water 1 mm high, at 4C (temperature of maximum water

density), at the standard acceleration of gravity. 1 mmAq is roughly equal to 0.074 Torr.

inch water (4C)

An inch of water or inch water column (wc, inch WC, inAq, inHO) is a non-SI unit of

pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted by a column of water 1 inch in height at 39 F or

4 C (temperature of maximum water density) at the standard acceleration of gravity;

1 inAq is approximately equal to 1.868 torr at 4 C.

A foot of water or foot water column (foot WC, ftAq, ftHO) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is

defined as the pressure exerted by a column of water 1 foot in height at 39 F or 4 C

(temperature of maximum water density) at the standard acceleration of gravity;

1 ftAq is approximately equal to 22.42 Torr at 4 C.

inch water (60F)

An inch of water or inch water column (wc, inch WC, inAq, inHO) is a non-SI unit of

pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted by a column of water 1 inch in height at 60 F or

15.56 C at the standard acceleration of gravity;

1 inAq is approximately equal to 1.866 torr at 60F.

foot water (60F)

A foot of water or foot water column (foot WC, ftAq, ftHO) is a non-SI unit of pressure. It is

defined as the pressure exerted by a column of water 1 foot in height at 60 F or 15.56 C at the

standard acceleration of gravity;

1 ftAq is approximately equal to 22.40 Torr at 60 F.

atmosphere technical

A technical atmosphere (at) is a non-SI metric unit of pressure equal to one kilogram-force per

square centimeter (kgf/cm). It is a measure of force per unit area.

1 at = 98.0665 kPa 0.96784 standard atmospheres.

standard atmosphere

A standard atmosphere (atm) is an obsolete non-SI international unit of pressure defined as

101.325 kPa. For practical purposes it has been replaced by the bar, which is 100 kPa.

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joule

A joule (J) is a derived unit of energy, work, and amount of heat in the International System of

Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work done in applying a force of one

newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or Nm). By another definition, the

joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current of one ampere through a one ohm

resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the joule is equal to the work required

to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric potential difference of one volt. In

everyday life, one joule of energy is required to lift a small (102 g) tomato one meter straight up.

gigajoule

A gigajoule (GJ) is a decimal multiple of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of

heat in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work

done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or

Nm). By another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current

of one ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the

joule is equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt. A barrel of oil, when combusted, can produce up to six

gigajoules of thermal energy.

megajoule

A megajoule (MJ) is a decimal multiple of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of

heat in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work

done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or

Nm). By another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current

of one ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the

joule is equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt. The kinetic energy of a one-ton car moving at 160 km/h is

approximately equal to one megajoule.

kilojoule

A kilojoule (kJ) is a decimal multiple of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of heat

in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work done

in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or Nm). By

another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current of one

ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the joule is

equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt.

millijoule

A millijoule (mJ) is a decimal fraction of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of

heat in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work

done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or

Nm). By another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current

of one ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the

joule is equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt.

microjoule

A microjoule (J) is a decimal fraction of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of

heat in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work

done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or

Nm). By another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current

of one ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the

joule is equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt.

nanojoule

A nanojoule (nJ) is a decimal fraction of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of

heat in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work

done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or

Nm). By another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current

of one ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the

joule is equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt.

attojoule

A attojoule (aJ) is a decimal fraction of the SI derived unit of energy, work, and amount of heat

in the International System of Units SI. The joule is equal to the energy expended or work done

in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter (1 newton meter or Nm). By

another definition, the joule is equal to the energy required to pass an electric current of one

ampere through a one ohm resistor for one second. Yet another definition states that the joule is

equal to the work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electric

potential difference of one volt.

megaelectron-volt

A megaelectronvolt (MeV) is a decimal multiple of an electronvolt (electron volt, eV), which is

a unit of energy equal to approximately 1.610 joule and used in atomic, nuclear and particle

physics. By definition, it is the amount of energy gained by the charge of an electron moved

across an electric potential difference of one volt. In other words, an electronvolt is 1 volt (1

joule per coulomb) multiplied by the electron charge (1 e, or 1.602176565(35)10 C).

Electronvolt is a small value; therefore it is commonly used with the SI prefixes.

kiloelectron-volt

A kiloelectronvolt (keV) is a decimal multiple of an electronvolt (electron volt, eV), which is a

unit of energy equal to approximately 1.610 joule and used in atomic, nuclear and particle

physics. By definition, it is the amount of energy gained by the charge of an electron moved

across an electric potential difference of one volt. In other words, an electronvolt is 1 volt (1

joule per coulomb) multiplied by the electron charge (1 e, or 1.602176565(35)10 C).

Electronvolt is a small value; therefore it is commonly used with the SI prefixes.

electron-volt

An electronvolt (also electron volt, eV) is a non-SI unit of energy equal to approximately

1.610 joule and used in atomic, nuclear and particle physics. By definition, it is the amount

of energy gained by the charge of an electron moved across an electric potential difference of

one volt. In other words, an electronvolt is 1 volt (1 joule per coulomb) multiplied by the

electron charge (1 e, or 1.602176565(35)10 C). Electronvolt is a small value; therefore it is

commonly used with the SI prefixes.

erg

An erg (symbol erg) is the unit of energy and mechanical work in the centimeter-gram-second

(CGS) system of units. An erg is the amount of work done by a force of one dyne when moving

an object through a distance of one centimeter in the direction of the force. In the CGS base

units, it is equal to one gram centimeter squared per second squared (gcm/s). It is thus equal to

100 nanojoules (nJ) in SI units. An erg is a very small unit of energy. The impact energy of a

small mosquito flying into a wall is equal to about 1 erg.

gigawatt-hour

The gigawatt hour (also gigawatt-hour, GWh or GWh) is a unit of energy equal to 10 watt

hours or 3600 gigajoules. One GWh is equivalent to one gigawatt of constant power expended

for one hour of time. This unit is often used for metering large amounts of electrical energy

supplied to industrial customers by power generation companies.

megawatt-hour

The megawatt hour (also megawatt-hour, MWh or MWh) is a unit of energy equal to 10

watt hours or 3600 megajoules. One MWh is equivalent to one megawatt of constant power

expended for one hour of time. This unit is often used for metering large amounts of electrical

energy supplied to industrial customers by power generation companies.

kilowatt-hour

The kilowatt hour (also kilowatt-hour, kWh or kWh) is a unit of energy equal to 1000 watt

hours or 3600 kilojoules. One kWh is equivalent to one kilowatt of constant power expended for

one hour of time. This unit is often used as a billing unit for energy delivered to consumers by

power generation companies.

kilowatt-second

The kilowatt second (also kilowatt-second, kWs or kWs) is a unit of energy approximately

equal to 0.28 watt hour or 1000 joules. One kWs is equivalent to one kilowatt of constant power

expended for one second of time.

watt-hour

The watt hour (also watt-hour, Wh or Wh) is a unit of energy equal to 3.6 kilojoules. One

Wh is equivalent to one watt of constant power expended for one hour of time.

watt-second

The watt second (also watt-second, Ws) is a unit of energy equal to 1 joule. One Ws is

equivalent to one watt (1 W) of constant power expended for one second of time.

newton meter

The newton meter (Nm) is a unit of energy equivalent to 1 joule. It is equal to the energy

expended or work done in applying a force of one newton through a distance of one meter. One

newton meter of energy is required to lift a small (102 g) tomato one meter straight up.

horsepower hour

A horsepower-hour (hph) is an outdated unit of energy, not used in the SI system of units. The

unit represents an amount of work a horse is supposed capable of delivering during an hour. 1

hph = 2.68 MJ. The horsepower-hour is still used in the railroad industry when sharing

locomotives.

horsepower (metric) hour

A metric horsepower-hour (hph) is an outdated unit of energy, not used in the SI system of

units. The unit represents an amount of work a horse is supposed capable of delivering during an

hour. 1 metric hph = 2.65 MJ.

kilocalorie (IT)

An International Steam Table kilocalorie (IT kcal) is a decimal multiple of an international

calorie, which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its use has been

replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used unit for

energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth International

Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

kilocalorie (th)

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th kcal) is a decimal multiple of a thermochemical calorie,

which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its use has been replaced by, the

joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used unit for energies in the field

of chemistry. 1 th calorie = 4.184 J as defined in the ISO standard ISO 31-4. By definition, the

small calorie or gram calorie approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1

gram of water by 1 C at standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

calorie (IT)

An International Steam Table calorie (IT cal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In

most fields its use has been replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a

commonly used unit for energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by

the Fifth International Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or

gram calorie approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by

1 C at standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

calorie (th)

A thermochemical calorie (th cal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its

use has been replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used

unit for energies in the field of chemistry. 1 th calorie = 4.184 J as defined in the ISO standard

ISO 31-4. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie approximates the energy needed to

increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at standard atmospheric pressure (101.325

kPa).

calorie (nutritional)

A nutritional calorie (cal), also called food calorie is a non-SI metric unit of food energy. 1

nutritional calorie = 4.184 J. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie approximates the

energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at standard atmospheric

pressure (101.325 kPa).

Btu (IT)

A British thermal unit (Btu or BTU) defined in the International standard ISO 31-4 is a

traditional unit of energy equal to about 1.055 KJ. This amount of energy is needed to heat 1

pound of water 3.8 C to 4.4 C. The unit is most often used in the power generation, heating

and air conditioning industries.

A Btu is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one 1 pound of liquid

water by 1 F at a constant pressure of one atmosphere. Several different definitions of the Btu

exist, which are based on different water temperatures and therefore vary by up to 0.5%. A Btu

can be approximated as the heat produced by burning a single wooden match.

Btu (th)

A thermochemical British thermal unit (Btu or BTU) is a traditional unit of energy equal to

about 1.054 KJ. This amount of energy is needed to heat 1 pound of water 3.8 C to 4.4 C. The

unit is most often used in the power generation, heating and air conditioning industries.

A Btu is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one 1 pound of liquid

water by 1 F at a constant pressure of one atmosphere. Several different definitions of the Btu

exist, which are based on different water temperatures and therefore vary by up to 0.5%. A Btu

can be approximated as the heat produced by burning a single wooden match.

mega Btu (IT)

A mega BTU defined in the International standard ISO 31-4 is a decimal multiple of the British

thermal unit (Btu or BTU), the traditional unit of energy equal to about 1.055 KJ. This amount of

energy is needed to heat 1 pound of water 3.8 C to 4.4 C. The unit is most often used in the

power generation, heating and air conditioning industries.

A Btu is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one 1 pound of liquid

water by 1 F at a constant pressure of one atmosphere. Several different definitions of the Btu

exist, which are based on different water temperatures and therefore vary by up to 0.5%. A Btu

can be approximated as the heat produced by burning a single wooden match.

ton-hour (refrigeration)

A ton-hour of refrigeration is a unit of energy used in North America to describe the heatextraction capacity of industrial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. The capacity of

this industrial equipment in the U.S. is often specified in tons of refrigeration. A ton of

refrigeration is a unit of power, which is defined as the heat absorbed by melting a short ton of

pure ice at 0C (32F) in 24 hours. It is equivalent to the consumption of one ton of ice per day

and originated during the transition from stored natural ice to mechanical refrigeration.

Consequently, a ton-hour of refrigeration is the product of multiplication of the power and the

time. A refrigeration ton is approximately equivalent to 12,000 BTU or 3517 watts.

fuel oil equivalent @kiloliter

A tonne (kiloliter, kL) of oil equivalent (toe) is a unit of energy used mainly in the US and

defined as the amount of energy released by burning one tonne of crude oil. It is equal to

approximately 40.2 GJ. The toe is sometimes used for large amounts of energy, as it can be more

intuitive to visualise the energy released by burning 1000 tonnes of oil than 42,000 billion

joules.

fuel oil equivalent @barrel (US)

A barrel of oil equivalent (BOE) is a unit of energy used mainly in the US and defined as the

amount of energy released by burning one barrel (42 US gallons or about 200 liters) of crude oil.

It is equal to approximately 6.1 GJ or 5.8 10 BTU. The BOE is used for large amounts of

energy, as it can be more intuitive to visualise the energy released by burning 1 barrel of oil than

6100 million joules.

gigaton

The gigaton of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a decimal multiple of the ton of TNT, which is a unit

of energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules. TNT equivalent is a method of quantifying the energy

released in explosions or during large bolide impacts. This is approximately the amount of

energy released in the detonation of one ton of TNT. The gigaton of TNT is a unit of energy

equal to 4.184 exajoules. The kiloton and megaton of TNT have traditionally been used to rate

the destructive power of nuclear weapons.

megaton

The megaton of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a decimal multiple of the ton of TNT, which is a unit

of energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules. This is approximately the amount of energy released in the

detonation of one ton of TNT. The megaton of TNT is a unit of energy equal to 4.184 petajoules.

The kiloton and megaton of TNT have traditionally been used to rate the destructive power of

nuclear weapons.

kiloton

The kiloton of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a decimal multiple of the ton of TNT, which is a unit

of energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules. This is approximately the amount of energy released in the

detonation of one ton of TNT. The kiloton of TNT is a unit of energy equal to 4.184 terajoules.

The kiloton and megaton of TNT have traditionally been used to rate the destructive power of

nuclear weapons.

ton (explosives)

The ton or tonne of Trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a unit of energy equal to 4.184 gigajoules, which

is approximately the amount of energy released in the detonation of one ton of TNT. The kiloton

and megaton of TNT have traditionally been used to rate the destructive power of nuclear

weapons. The megaton of TNT is a unit of energy equal to 4.184 petajoules.

dyne centimeter

A dyne centimeter (dynecm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work in the centimetergram-second (CGS) system of units, which is equal to one erg. It is the amount of work done by

a force of one dyne when moving an object through a distance of one centimeter. In the CGS

base units, it is equal to one gram centimeter squared per second squared (gcm/s). It is thus

equal to 100 nanojoules (nJ) in SI units. A dyne centimeter is a very small unit of energy. The

impact energy of a small mosquito flying into a wall is equal to about 1 dyne centimeter.

gram-force meter

A gram-force meter (gm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal to 9.81

millijoules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one gram-force when moving

an object through a distance of one meter.

gram-force centimeter

A gram-force centimeter (gcm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal to

98.1 microjoules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one gram-force when

moving an object through a distance of one centimeter.

kilogram-force centimeter

A kilogram-force centimeter (kgf cm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is

equal to 98.1 millijoules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one kilogramforce when moving an object through a distance of one centimeter.

kilogram-force meter

A kilogram-force meter (kgfm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal to

9.81 joules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one kilogram-force when

moving an object through a distance of one meter.

kilopond meter

A kilopond meter (kpm) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal to 1 kgfm

or 9.81 joules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one kilogram-force when

moving an object through a distance of one meter.

pound-force foot

A pound-force foot (lbfft) is the Imperial unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal

1.36 joules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one pound-force when

moving an object through a distance of one foot.

pound-force inch

A pound-force inch (lbf in) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal 0.113

joules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one pound-force when moving an

object through a distance of one inch.

ounce-force inch

A ounce-force inch (ozf in) is the unit of energy and mechanical work, which is equal 7.062

millijoules in SI units. It is the amount of work done by a force of one ounce-force when moving

an object through a distance of one inch.

foot-pound

A foot-pound (ftlb), or foot-pound force (ftlbf) is a unit of work or energy in the Engineering

and Gravitational Systems in United States customary and imperial units of measure. It is the

amount of work done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance

of one foot. 1 frlbf 1.36 joules in SI units. The foot-pound is used in the US to specify the

muzzle energy of bullets in small arms ballistics.

inch-pound

A inch-pound (inlb), or inch-pound force (symbol: inlbf) is a unit of work or energy in the

Engineering and Gravitational Systems in United States customary and imperial units of

measure. It is the amount of work done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object

through a distance of one inch. 1 inlbf 0.113 joules in SI units.

inch-ounce

A inch-ounce (inoz), or inch-ounce force (symbol: inozf) is a unit of work or energy in United

States customary and imperial units of measure. It is the amount of work done by a force of one

ounce-force when moving an object through a distance of one inch. 1 inoz 7.06 millijoules in

SI units.

poundal foot

A poundal foot (pdlft) is a unit of energy in United States customary and imperial units of

measure. It is the amount of work done by a force of one poundal when moving an object

through a distance of one foot. It is equal to 42.14 millijoules in SI units. The poundal (pdl) is a

unit of force that is part of the foot-pound-second system of units. 1 pdl 0.138254 N

therm

A therm (thm) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100,000 British thermal units (BTU). It is

approximately the energy equivalent of burning 100 cubic feet of natural gas. Since meters

measure volume and not energy content, a therm factor is used by gas utility companies to

convert the volume of gas consumed to its heat equivalent, and thus calculate the actual energy

use.

therm (EC)

An EC therm (thm EC) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100,000 international British

thermal units (BTU IT) used in the European Union. It is approximately the energy equivalent of

burning 100 cubic feet of natural gas. Since meters measure volume and not energy content, a

therm factor is used by gas utility companies to convert the volume of gas consumed to its heat

equivalent, and thus calculate the actual energy use.

therm (US)

An US therm (thm US) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100,000 British thermal units

used in the United States (BTU at 59F). It is approximately the energy equivalent of burning

100 cubic feet of natural gas. Since meters measure volume and not energy content, a therm

factor is used by gas utility companies to convert the volume of gas consumed to its heat

equivalent, and thus calculate the actual energy use.

Hartree energy

A Hartree energy (Eh or Ha), also known as the hartree, is the atomic unit of energy. It is

named after the British physicist Douglas Hartree and used as a unit of energy in atomic physics

and computational chemistry. The Hartree energy is approximately the electric potential energy

of the hydrogen atom in its ground state. Eh = 4.35974434(19)10 J = 27.21138505(60) e

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watt

A watt (W) is a derived unit of power in the International System of Units (SI) defined as one

joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy conversion or the rate at which work is

done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an objects velocity is held constant at one

meter per second against constant opposing force of one newton. In electromagnetism, one watt

is defined as the rate at which work is done when one ampere of current flows across a potential

difference of one volt.

exawatt

An exawatt (EW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: The total power of sunlight striking the Earth is approximately 0.17 exawatt.

petawatt

A petawatt (PW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: lasers can produce power up to 1.25 PW in a very short pulse.

terawatt

A terawatt (TW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: In 2006 the installed capacity of all hydroelectric power generators in the world was

approximately 1 TW.

gigawatt

A gigawatt (GW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: Each of the four reactors RBMK-1000 installed at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

produced 1 GW of electrical power and 3.2 GW of thermal power.

megawatt

A megawatt (MW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International

System of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of

energy conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done

when an objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing

force of one newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done

when one ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: A typical wind turbine can produce one or several megawatts of electrical power.

kilowatt

A kilowatt (kW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: A small electric heater can consume one kilowatt of electrical energy.

hectowatt

A hectowatt (hW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: A 100 W incandescent lamp consumes 1 hectowatt of electrical energy.

dekawatt

A decawatt (daW) is a decimal multiple of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt. This unit is rarely used.

A large LED lamp can consume one or two dekawatts (10 or 20 W) of electrical energy.

deciwatt

A deciwatt (dW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

This unit is rarely used. A 1 deciwatt (100 mW) green laser can light a match.

centiwatt

A centiwatt (cW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt. This unit is rarely used.

milliwatt

A milliwatt (mW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: The output power of a common laser pointer is 5 mW.

microwatt

A microwatt (W) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Example: A common digital watch can consume several microwatts of electrical power from a

cell.

nanowatt

A nanowatt (nW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Nanowatts and microwatts are sometimes used for describing the sensitivity of radio receivers.

picowatt

A picowatt (pW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Nanowatts and microwatts are sometimes used for describing the sensitivity of radio receivers.

femtowatt

A femtowatt (fW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System

of Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Femtowatts are used for describing the sensitivity of radar radio receivers.

attowatt

A attowatt (aW) is a decimal fraction of the derived unit of power in the International System of

Units (SI) watt, which is defined as one joule per second. Power measures the rate of energy

conversion or the rate at which work is done. One watt is the rate at which work is done when an

objects velocity is held constant at one meter per second against constant opposing force of one

newton. In electromagnetism, one watt is defined as the rate at which work is done when one

ampere of current flows across a potential difference of one volt.

Attowatts are used for describing the sensitivity of infrared phototransistors and bolometers.

horsepower

A mechanical horsepower (hp) is the unit of measurement of power, the rate at which work is

done or energy is used or transformed. By definition, 1 hp = 33,000 ftlbf/min = 550 ftlbf/s =

745.7 W.

horsepower

A mechanical horsepower (hp) is the unit of measurement of power, the rate at which work is

done or energy is used or transformed. By definition, 1 hp = 33,000 ftlbf/min = 550 ftlbf/s =

745.7 W.

horsepower (metric)

A metric horsepower (hp) is the unit of measurement of power, the rate at which work is done

or energy is used or transformed. By definition, one metric horsepower is the power to raise a

mass of 75 kilograms against the earths gravitational force over a distance of one meter in one

second. This is equivalent to 735.5 W.

horsepower (boiler)

A boiler horsepower (BHP) is the unit of measurement of power, the rate at which work is done

or energy is used or transformed. By definition, one boiler horsepower is equal to a boiler

thermal output of 33,475 Btu/h (9.811 kW), which is the energy rate needed to evaporate 34.5 lb

(15.65 kg) of water at 212 F (100 C) in one hour. The unit is used in North America.

horsepower (electric)

An electrical horsepower is the unit of measurement of power, the rate at which work is done

or energy is used or transformed. It is used for electrical machines. By definition, the horsepower

is equal to exactly 746 W. This power can be displayed on the nameplates on electrical motors.

horsepower (water)

A water horsepower (WHP) is the power necessary to pump water (or other fluid) by a pump.

It depends on the specific gravity of the fluid being pumped, mass flow rate and the pump head.

pferdestarke

A pferdestarke (ps) is the German name of the horsepower, which is the unit of measurement of

power, the rate at which work is done or energy is used or transformed. By definition, one metric

horsepower is the power to raise a mass of 75 kilograms against the earths gravitational force

over a distance of one meter in one second. This is equivalent to 735.5 W.

Btu (IT)/hour

An international British thermal unit (IT) per hour (Btu/h) is a unit of power in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the power

of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. When using the BTU to describe the power, the

per hour is sometimes dropped.

Btu (IT)/minute

An international British thermal unit (IT) per minute (Btu/min) is a unit of power in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the power

of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners.

Btu (IT)/second

An international British thermal unit (IT) per second (Btu/s) is a unit of power in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the power

of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners.

Btu (th)/hour

A thermochemical British thermal unit (th) per hour (Btu/h) is a unit of power in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the power

of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. When using the BTU to describe the power, the

per hour is sometimes dropped.

Btu (th)/minute

A thermochemical British thermal unit (th) per minute (Btu/min) is a unit of power in the

US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the

power of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners.

Btu (th)/second

A thermochemical British thermal unit (th) per second (Btu/s) is a unit of power in the US

Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure the power

of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners.

MBtu (IT)/hour

A thousand of international British thermal units (IT) per hour (MBtu/h) is a unit of power

in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure

the power of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. M in MBtu is a Roman numeral,

which stands for one thousand (1,000). This can be easily confused with the decimal M (mega)

prefix, which multiplies by a factor of one million (1,000,000). To avoid confusion, many HVAC

engineers use MMBtu to represent one million Btu. When using the BTU to describe the power,

the per hour is sometimes dropped.

MBH

A thousand of international British thermal units (IT) per hour (MBtu/h) is a unit of power

in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure

the power of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. M in MBtu is a Roman numeral,

which stands for one thousand (1,000). This can be easily confused with the decimal M (mega)

prefix, which multiplies by a factor of one million (1,000,000). To avoid confusion, many HVAC

engineers use MMBtu to represent one million Btu. When using the BTU to describe the power,

the per hour is sometimes dropped.

MMBtu (IT)/hour

A million of international British thermal units (IT) per hour (MMBtu/h) is a unit of power

in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure

the power of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. MM in MMBtu stands for one

million. MM is used instead of the decimal prefix M to avoid confusion with the Roman

numeral M, which stands for one thousand. It is used in the Mbtu and MBH units. When using

the BTU to describe the power, the per hour is sometimes dropped.

MMBH

A million of international British thermal units (IT) per hour (MMBtu/h) is a unit of power

in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. This unit is most often used to measure

the power of steam generators, heaters and air conditioners. MM in MMBtu stands for one

million. MM is used instead of the decimal prefix M to avoid confusion with the Roman

numeral M, which stands for one thousand. It is used in the Mbtu and MBH units. When using

the BTU to describe the power, the per hour is sometimes dropped.

ton (refrigeration)

A ton of refrigeration is a unit of power used in North America to describe the heat-extraction

capacity of industrial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. The capacity of this

industrial equipment in the U.S. is often specified in tons of refrigeration. A ton of

refrigeration is a unit of power, which is defined as the heat absorbed by melting a short ton of

pure ice at 0C (32F) in 24 hours. It is equivalent to the consumption of one ton of ice per day

and originated during the transition from stored natural ice to mechanical refrigeration.

Consequently, a ton-hour of refrigeration is the product of multiplication of the power and the

time. A refrigeration ton is approximately equivalent to 12,000 BTU or 3517 watts.

kilocalorie (IT)/hour

An international kilocalorie (IT) per hour (kcal/h) is a metric unit of power.

An International Steam Table kilocalorie (IT kcal) is a decimal multiple of an international

calorie, which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its use has been

replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used unit for

energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth International

Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

kilocalorie (IT)/minute

An international kilocalorie (IT) per minute (kcal/min) is a metric unit of power.

An International Steam Table kilocalorie (IT kcal) is a decimal multiple of an international

calorie, which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its use has been

replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used unit for

energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth International

Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

kilocalorie (IT)/second

An international kilocalorie (IT) per second (kcal/s) is a metric unit of power.

An International Steam Table kilocalorie (IT kcal) is a decimal multiple of an international

calorie, which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its use has been

replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used unit for

energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth International

Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

kilocalorie (th)/hour

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th) per hour (kcal/h) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th kcal) is a decimal multiple of a thermochemical calorie,

which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. The thermochemical kilocalorie is equal to

4184 J.

kilocalorie (th)/minute

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th) per minute (kcal/min) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th kcal) is a decimal multiple of a thermochemical calorie,

which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. The thermochemical kilocalorie is equal to

4184 J.

kilocalorie (th)/second

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th) per second (kcal/s) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical kilocalorie (th kcal) is a decimal multiple of a thermochemical calorie,

which is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. The thermochemical kilocalorie is equal to

4184 J.

calorie (IT)/hour

An international calorie (IT) per hour (cal/h) is a metric unit of power.

An International calorie (IT cal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its

use has been replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used

unit for energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth

International Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

calorie (IT)/minute

An international calorie (IT) per minute (cal/min) is a metric unit of power.

An International calorie (IT cal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its

use has been replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used

unit for energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth

International Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

calorie (IT)/second

An international calorie (IT) per second (cal/s) is a metric unit of power.

An International calorie (IT cal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy. In most fields its

use has been replaced by, the joule, the SI unit of energy. However, it remains a commonly used

unit for energies in the field of chemistry. 1 IT calorie = 4.1868 J as defined by the Fifth

International Conference on Properties of Steam. By definition, the small calorie or gram calorie

approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 C at

standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

calorie (th)/hour

A thermochemical calorie (th) per hour (kcal (th)/h) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical calorie (th kcal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy equal to 4.184

J.

calorie (th)/minute

A thermochemical calorie (th) per minute (kcal (th)/min) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical calorie (th kcal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy equal to 4.184

J.

calorie (th)/second

A thermochemical calorie (th) per second (kcal (th)/s) is a metric unit of power.

A thermochemical calorie (th kcal) is an outdated non-SI metric unit of energy equal to 4.184

J.

foot pound-force/hour

A foot pound-force per hour (ft lbf/h) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of work

done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot during

one hour.

foot pound-force/minute

A foot pound-force per minute (ft lbf/min) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of

work done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot

during one minute.

foot pound-force/second

A foot pound-force per second (ft lbf/s) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of work

done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot during

one second.

pound-foot/hour

A pound-force foot per hour (lbfft/h) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of work

done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot during

one hour.

pound-foot/minute

A pound-force foot per minute (lbfft/min) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of

work done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot

during one minute.

pound-foot/second

A pound-force foot per second (lbfft/s) is the Imperial unit of power. It is the amount of work

done by a force of one pound-force when moving an object through a distance of one foot during

one second.

erg/second

A erg per second (erg/s) is the CGS unit of power. It is the amount of energy used or

transformed during one second.

An erg (symbol erg) is the unit of energy and mechanical work in the centimeter-gram-second

(CGS) system of units. An erg is the amount of work done by a force of one dyne when moving

an object through a distance of one centimeter in the direction of the force. In the CGS base

units, it is equal to one gram centimeter squared per second squared (gcm/s). It is thus equal to

100 nanojoules (nJ) in SI units.

kilovolt ampere

A kilovolt-ampere (kVA) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit used for the apparent

power in an electrical circuit, equal to the product of root-mean-square (RMS) voltage and RMS

current. Volt-amperes are used only in the context of alternating current circuits. Volt-ampere

and watt have different meaning. In direct current circuits, volt-ampere is equal to the real

(active) power in watts. In this converter, the conversion is made only for direct current circuits.

Some devices, including Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs), have ratings both for

maximum volt-amperes and maximum watts.

volt ampere

A volt-ampere (VA) is a derived SI unit used for the apparent power in an electrical circuit,

equal to the product of root-mean-square (RMS) voltage and RMS current. Volt-amperes are

used only in the context of alternating current circuits. Volt-ampere and watt have different

meaning. In direct current circuits, volt-ampere is equal to the real (active) power in watts. In

this converter, the conversion is made only for direct current circuits.

Some devices, including Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs), have ratings both for

maximum volt-amperes and maximum watts.

newton meter/second

A newton meter per second (Nm/s) is a derived SI unit of power. It is the amount of work done

by a force of one newton when moving an object through a distance of one meter during one

second.

joule/second

A joule per second (J/s) is a derived SI unit of power. By definition, one watt is one joule per

second.

exajoule/second

An exajoule per second (EJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

petajoule/second

A petajoule per second (PJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

terajoule/second

A terajoule per second (TJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

gigajoule/second

A gigajoule per second (GJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

megajoule/second

A megajoule per second (MJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

kilojoule/second

A kilojoule per second (kJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

hectojoule/second

A hectojoule per second (hJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

dekajoule/second

A dekajoule per second (daJ/s) is a decimal multiple of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

decijoule/second

A decijoule per second (dJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

centijoule/second

A centijoule per second (cJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

millijoule/second

A millijoule per second (mJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

microjoule/second

A microjoule per second (J/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

nanojoule/second

A nanojoule per second (nJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

picojoule/second

A picojoule per second (pJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

femtojoule/second

A femtojoule per second (fJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

attojoule/second

A attojoule per second (aJ/s) is a decimal fraction of the derived SI unit of power joule per

second. By definition, one watt is one joule per second.

joule/hour

A joule per hour (J/h) is a metric unit of power.

joule/minute

kilojoule/hour

A kilojoule per hour (kJ/h) is a metric unit of power.

kilojoule/minute

A kilojoule per minute (kJ/min) is a metric unit of power.