Units and Symbols

@article{Hill1935UnitsAS,
  title={Units and Symbols},
  author={A. Hill},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1935},
  volume={136},
  pages={222-222}
}
  • A. Hill
  • Published 1935
  • Physics
  • Nature
  • THIS letter is intended to be provocative. A volt (or ampere) is denoted V (or A): a millivolt (or milliampere) mV (or mA): a microvolt (or microampere) µV (or µA). A farad is known as F, a microfarad as µF (though misguided people write it mfd. or mF., which, if anything, should mean millifarad): a micromicrofarad (10−12 farad) is µµF. A millihenry is mH, a microhenry µH. A gram is g., a milligram is mg., but some (and not the least worthy) biochemists use a symbol which few others understand… CONTINUE READING
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