## Appendix: |

MKS Units

Unit | Symbol | Variable | Symbol | MKSA units |

Ampere | A | Current | I | fundamental MKSA unit |

Coulomb | C | Charge | Q | Ampere second |

Farad | F | Capacitance | C | Coulomb Volt^{-1} = Joule Volt^{-2} |

Henry | H | Inductance | L | Weber Ampere^{-1} = Tesla meter^{2} Ampere^{-1} |

Joule | J | Energy | E | Newton meter = kilogram meter^{2} second^{-2} |

Kelvin | K | Temperature | T | fundamental MKSA unit |

kilogram | kg | Mass | m | fundamental MKSA unit |

meter | m | Length | L | fundamental MKSA unit |

Newton | N | Force | F | kilogram meter second^{-2} |

Ohm | W | Resistance | R | Volt Ampere^{-1} = Volt^{2} Joule^{-1} second^{-1} |

Pascal | P | Pressure | P | Newton meter^{-2} |

second | s | time | t | fundamental MKSA unit |

Siemens | S | conductance | G | Ampere Volt^{-1} = Joule second Volt^{-2} |

Tesla | T | Magnetic field | B | Newton Ampere^{-1} meter^{-1} = Joule Ampere^{-1} meter^{-2} = Volt second meter ^{-2} |

Volt | V | potential | f | Joule coulomb^{-1} |

Watt | W | Power | P | Joule second^{-1} |

Weber | Wb | Magnetic flux | F | Tesla meter^{2} = Volt second |

non-MKS Units

Electron Volt (Unit of energy) = 1.602 x 10^{-19} Joule

moles/liter (Unit of concentration) = 6.022 x 10^{20} cm^{-3}

Degrees Centigrade (Unit of Temperature) = -273.16 + T(in Kelvin)

Inch (Unit of Length) = 2.54 cm

mil or milli inch (Unit of Length) = 25.4 micrometer

A or Angstrom (Unit of Length) = 0.1 nm