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MKS Units

UnitSymbolVariableSymbolMKSA units
AmpereACurrentIfundamental MKSA unit
CoulombCChargeQAmpere second
FaradFCapacitanceCCoulomb Volt-1 = Joule Volt-2
HenryHInductanceLWeber Ampere-1 = Tesla meter2 Ampere-1
JouleJEnergyENewton meter = kilogram meter2 second-2
KelvinKTemperatureTfundamental MKSA unit
kilogramkgMassmfundamental MKSA unit
metermLengthLfundamental MKSA unit
NewtonNForceFkilogram meter second-2
OhmWResistanceRVolt Ampere-1 = Volt2 Joule-1 second-1
PascalPPressurePNewton meter-2
secondstimetfundamental MKSA unit
SiemensSconductanceGAmpere Volt-1 = Joule second Volt-2
TeslaTMagnetic fieldBNewton Ampere-1 meter-1 = Joule Ampere-1 meter-2
= Volt second meter-2
VoltVpotentialfJoule coulomb-1
WattWPowerPJoule second-1
WeberWbMagnetic fluxFTesla meter2 = Volt second

non-MKS Units

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

moles/liter (Unit of concentration) = 6.022 x 1020 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