Basic Scientific Units


Here is following a comprehensive list of basic science units for preparation of everyday science papers
1- ampere--------------------------electric current
2-angstrm-----------------------unit of length for the measurement of wavelength
3-bar-----------------------------unit of atmosphereic pressure
4-bel----------------------------unit of intensity of sound
5-calorie------------------------measurment of quantity of heat
6-candle power--------------illuminating power of a source of light
7-centigrade------------------unit of temperature
8-centimeter-----------------unit of length
9-coulomb-----------------------electric charge
10-decibel----------------------intensity
11-dioptre----------------------power of lense
12-dyne------------------------unit of force
13-electron volt-------------unit of energy
14-erg--------------------------unit of work
15-farad----------------------electric capacity
16-farady---------------------electric charge
17-gauss----------------------megnetic induction
18-gram------------------------unit of mass
19-gram wt--------------------gravitational unit
20-henry----------------------unit of induction
21-horse power--------------unit of power
22-joule-----------------------practical unit of work
23-kg---------------------------unit of mass
24-kilowatt--------------------unit of electrical power
25-knot-------------------------unit of speed
26-killowatt-hour-------------practical unit of electrical power
27-lambert--------------------unit of brightness
28-light year------------------unit of distance for measuring astronomical distance
29-litre------------------------unit of volume capacity
30-lumen----------------------luminous flux
31-lux--------------------------unit of intensity of lumination
32-maxwell--------------------megnetic flux
33-meter----------------------unit of distance
34-micro farad---------------one millionth of a farad
35-millimicron----------------unit of length used in spectroscopy
36-newton--------------------unit of work
37-oersted-------------------unit of megnetic intensity
38-ohm------------------------unit of electrical resistance
39-poise----------------------unit of viscosity
40-second-------------------unit of time
41-volt------------------------practical unit of electric potential differenec
42-watt-----------------------unit of power
43-weber---------------------unit of magnetic pole strength
44-x.u------------------------unit of length expressing x-ray wave length
45-gy-gray-------------------obsorbed radiation dose
46-mole-----------------------amount of substance
47-siemens-------------------electric conductance
48-hertz---------------------frequecy
49-radian-------------------plane angle
50-tesla---------------------magnetic flux density
51-pascal-------------------pressure
52-sievert------------------radiation dose equilent
53-steradian----------------solid angle
54-bacquerel---------------activity of radionucloids
55-rutherford--------------rate of decay of radioactive material
56-torr----------------------pressure
57-fermi---------------------length
58-sved berg unit----------sedimentation rate
59-mho-----------------------conductivity
60-roentgen-----------------radiation exposer x ray
61-barn----------------------area
62-barrel-------------------unit of liquid capacity
63-carat--------------------unit for measuring mass of precious metal
64-clusec------------------power of vaccum pump
65-dalton-------------------atomic mass unit
67-megaton----------------explosive power of nuclear weapon
68-morgon------------------orbitray unit used in genetics
67-ounce--------------------unit of mass
68-rad------------------------obsorbed radiation dose
69-ryberg--------------------atomic unit of energy
70-btu------------------------unit of heat
71-candela-------------------luminous intensity
72-modulation---------------frequency
73-persec--------------------astronomical unit
74-cusec---------------------volumetric rate of flow


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