"The change brings our best scientific understanding of the natural world directly into our daily lives, and gives us access to a definition of the mass unit
which is available to everyone with the will and the skill to perform the experiments," Canada's chief metrologist, Alan Steele, told NBC News MACH in an email in advance of the vote.
The borderline ton-kilometer is a mass unit
for transportation of cargo between borders by means of the railway transport.
At a given flow rate, the mean energy dissipation rate per mass unit
can be regarded as a measure of turbulence at any point in the mixer.
Taking unit volume of the rock mass unit
for energy analysis, it can be seen from the law of conservation of energy
In order to describe the collision process of the free mass unit
intuitively and clearly and eliminate the interference factors, this paper analyzes the free mass collision process under no-load condition.
where ADD--normalized per mass unit
daily dose of a chemical mg / (kg x day);
the mass spec signal may yield a "ladder" of mass signals separated by one C-U mass unit
The Sartorius CPA Semi-Micro Balance has 5 built-in application programs which include counting, weighing, animal weighing, mass unit
conversion, and net-total formulation.
The amount of dye adsorbed per mass unit
of adsorbent, [q.sub.e], was calculated with equation qe = [([C.sub.i] - [C.sub.e])/[m.sub.a]] V, where, [C.sub.i] is the initial concentration of the dye in solution, [C.sub.e] is the concentration of the dye not adsorbed in solution in equilibrium, V is the solution volume, and [m.sub.a] is the mass of adsorbent used in the experiment.
where: [m.sub.0] is relative mass of the element at building without reserve (initial mass of the element without reserve); [k.sub.c,0] is the mass unit
cost of the element at building; [m.sub.s,i] is the relative mass at i-type repair; [k.sub.c,s,i] is the mass unit
cost at i-type repair.
With reference to the Planck mass [M.sub.p] [congruent to] [square root of [??]c/G] and the elementary charge e, a new mass unit
[M.sub.c] [congruent to] [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] can be constructed.