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When accurate conversions to the S1 become available, the usage of X-unit should be discontinued. 4. 33564 X 10- 30 coulomb-meter 5. m. , Note the conflict with K for kelvin, which is an official symbol. It is felt that context will preclude confusion. 3 To be used only for expressing volumes of gases and liquids; otherwise use cubic meter, etc. 1-12 MATHEMATICS BIBLIOGRAPHY; SI UNITS 6. Acceptable units for essential data in expression of angles in relation to their natural functions, and for naturally occurring geometrical relationships: degree minute second " 7.
228 X 10- 7 . . . . . . . :oJ TABLE 2a-3. Q UNITS AND CONVERSION FACTORS, VOLUME , Cubic centimeter 1 Cubic centimeter .. Cubic foot .. 832 X 10' Cubic inch .. 39 Cubic meter . 10' Cubic yard ....... ). ) ...... 000 X 10' LitH* ....... ) ... ). ) .. 102 X 10-' 1. 666 X 10' ............. 60 ... 000027 cubic centimeters. 704 X 10-' 1. 5541 ....... 7646 .. . ............. 000 X 10-' 1. 32 1. 9463 ............. , .......... . ............. 188 X 10-' ............. ............. 1250 .............
2 . 1 . . . . . .. 2 . 92 1. 5000 1 p:: P> Z H Q [Jl 2b. Density of Solids H. M. s. Naval Research Laboratory D. E. STONE Vertex Corporation' R. BRUCE LINDSAY Brown University For the definition of density p consult Sec. 2a-3. The cgs unit of density is the gram per cubic centimeter and this is used throughout the tables in this subsection. Densities of the elements in solid form are given in Table 2b-1. All data are takeIt from "Smithsonian Physical Tables" (9th revised edition, 1954) unless otherwi~ stated.
American Institute of Physics Handbook by American Institute of Physics, Dwight E. Gray