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date: 25 February 2020

electromagnetic unit (EM unit, e.m. unit) 

Source:
A Dictionary of Weights, Measures, and Units
Author(s):

Donald Fenna

Metric-c.g.s. While various units of the e.m.u. system have specific names obtained by prefixing more familiar names with ‘ab’, most are often referred to purely descriptively as the ‘e.m. unit of capacitance’, etc. The relevant units are, by subject and showing both distinct name and the SI equivalent of value, one e.m. unit of:... ...

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