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The New SI and the CODATA recommended values of the fundamental constants 2017 compared with 2014, with a Comment to Possolo et al., Metrologia 55 (2018) 29

@article{Pavese2015TheNS,
  title={The New SI and the CODATA recommended values of the fundamental constants 2017 compared with 2014, with a Comment to Possolo et al., Metrologia 55 (2018) 29},
  author={Franco Pavese},
  journal={arXiv: Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability},
  year={2015}
}
  • F. Pavese
  • Published 9 December 2015
  • Environmental Science
  • arXiv: Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
This note comments on the special CODATA 2017 adjustment of the fundamental constants of July 2017 involved in the revision of the SI (based on: P.J. Mohr et al., Data and Analysis for the CODATA 2017 Special Fundamental Constants Adjustment for the Revision of the SI, Metrologia 2018, September 2017 preprint), with a comparison to the CODATA 2014 adjustment. In Appendix, a comment is also added on the paper Possolo et al., Metrologia 55 (2018) 29 on the Planck constant. The previous versions… 
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