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Metric As symbol see A, a.

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Metric As a lower-case prefix a-, see atto-.

length. Metric Correctly Å, see angstrom.

area

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[annum]

time. Anomalistic year; see anomalistic and year.

aastr

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time. Astronomical year.

abampere

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[absolute ampere]

(biot) electric current. Symbol abA. Metric-c.g.s.-e.m.u 1 abA = the constant current that produces, when

abcoulomb

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electric charge. Symbol abC. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute coulomb of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically s⋅abA.

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electric elastance. Symbol abD. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute daraf of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically abV/abC,

abfarad

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electric capacitance. Symbol abF. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute farad of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically abC/abV,

abhenry

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electromagnetic inductance. Symbol abH. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute henry of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically abV/abA/second.

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electric conductance. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute mho of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically abA/abV, and identically

abohm

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electric resistance. Symbol abΩ. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute ohm of the e.m.u. system, for a steady current identically abV/abA,

absolute

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Within metrology generally, the qualifier ‘absolute’ indicates using mass rather than weight, i.e. force, as a basic dimension; hence an

absolute centesimal thermodynamic  scale

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temperature. See kelvin scale.

absolute magnitude

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astronomy. Symbol M. See stellar magnitude.

absolute practical system

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electromagnetics. Metric See absolute system and practical units.

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electromagnetics. Metric The evolution of telecommunications and other applications of electricity in the 19th century led to a plethora

absolute temperature

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temperature. The reading on a scale with zero at the thermodynamic null, most particularly the kelvin scale (attuned

absolute zero

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temperature. The thermodynamic null.

abstatampere

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See statampere, etc.

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electric potential, electromotive force. Symbol abV. Metric-c.g.s. The absolute volt of the e.m.u. system, defined as 1 abV

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