SI general (unitsystem)

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Definition name: si_general

Unitsystem name: SI general
Description: The SI unit system, using current or historical definitions of the SI units.

The International System of Units (SI) is established and maintained by the General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM). The si_general unit system includes all prefixes defined by SI (including the non-SI binary ones), and all units that have either been part of the SI unit system or categorized as accepted for use with the SI.

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This unitsystem defines the following units:

This unitsystem defines the following prefixes:

JSON definition:

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            "title": "ampere",
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            "display-symbol": "A",
            "description": "A unit of electric current defined according to the current, or one of the historical, definitions of the SI units.\n\nThe current definition at the 26th CGPM Meeting (2018), resolution 1 is: \"The ampere, symbol A, is the SI unit of electric current. It is defined by taking the fixed numerical value of the elementary charge \\(e\\) to be 1.602176634\u00d710\u207b\u00b9\u2079 when expressed in the unit C, which is equal to A\u22c5s, where the second is defined in terms of \\(\\Delta \\nu_\\textrm{Cs}\\).\"\n\nThe earlier definition from the 41st CIPM meeting (1946), Resolution 2: \"The ampere is that constant current which, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, of negligible circular cross-section, and placed 1 metre apart in vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force equal to 2\u00d710\u207b\u2077 MKS unit of force per metre of length.\"\n\nThis is a generalized definition taken to reference the current, or one of the historical, SI unit definitions.\nThis definition is intended for situations when it is not possible to be more precise, e.g., in contexts where data have been collected that uses different historical SI definitions.",
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            "title": "\u00e5ngstr\u00f6m",
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            "display-symbol": "\u00c5",
            "description": "A unit of length equal to 10\u207b\u00b9\u2070 meter, using the current, or one of the historical, definitions of the SI units.\n\nThe \u00e5ngstr\u00f6m unit appears in the International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) defined as \"1 \u00c5 = 0.1 nm = 10\u207b\u00b9\u2070 m\".\n\nThe \u00e5ngstr\u00f6m unit was implicitly redefined via the redefinition of the metre at the 17th CGPM meeting (1983), resolution 1.\n\n- The International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) categorizes the unit as \"temporarily admitted\" for use with the SI units.\n- The International System of Units (SI), 7th ed. (1998) changes the categorisation to \"Other non-SI units currently accepted for use with the International System.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 8th ed. (2006) changes the categorization to \"Other non-SI units\" and adds as a clarifying footnote \"The \u00e5ngstr\u00f6m is widely used by x-ray crystallographers and structural chemists because all chemical bonds lie in the range 1 to 3 \u00e5ngstr\u00f6ms. However it has no official sanction from the CIPM or the CGPM.\"\n- The \u00e5ngstr\u00f6m is omitted in the International System of Units (SI), 9th Edition (2019).\n\nThis is a generalized definition taken to reference the current, or one of the historical, SI unit definitions.\nThis definition is intended for situations when it is not possible to be more precise, e.g., in contexts where data have been collected that uses different historical SI definitions.",
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            "description": "A unit of area equal to 100 square meters (10\u00b2 m\u00b2) using the current, or one of the historical, definitions of the SI units.\n\nThe are unit appears in the International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) defined as \"1 a = 1 dam\u00b2 = 10\u00b2 m\u00b2\" with the footnote \"This unit and its symbol were adopted by the International Committee in 1879 (Proces-Verbaux C.I.P.M., 1879, p. 41).\"\n\n- The International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) categorizes the unit as \"units in use temporarily\".\n- The International System of Units (SI), 5th ed. (1985) adds the clarification that the unit is \"used to express agrarian areas.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 7th ed. (1998) changes the categorisation to \"Other non-SI units currently accepted for use with the International System.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 8th ed. (2006) completely removes the unit (but still defines the hectare).\n\nThe are unit was implicitly redefined via the redefinition of the metre at the 17th CGPM meeting (1983), resolution 1.\n\nThis is a generalized definition taken to reference the current, or one of the historical, SI unit definitions.\nThis definition is intended for situations when it is not possible to be more precise, e.g., in contexts where data have been collected that uses different historical SI definitions.",
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            "title": "astronomical unit",
            "symbol": "au",
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            "description": "A unit of length representing the mean distance between the Earth and the Sun, using the current, or one of the historical, definitions given in the editions of the International System of Units (SI).\n\nThe current definition in the International System of Units (SI), 9th ed. (2019) is: \"1 au = 149 597 870 700 m\" with the footnote \"As decided at the XXVIII General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (Resolution B2, 2012).\"\n\nThe prior definition in the International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) appears in a footnote: \"The astronomical unit of distance is the length of the unperturbed circular orbit about the Sun of a body of infinitesimal mass in motion around the Sun with an angular sidereal velocity of 0.017202098950 radians per ephemeris day of 86,400 seconds. In the System of Astronomical Constants of the International Astronomical Union, the adopted value is: 1 AU = 149,600 x 10\u2076 m.\"\n\nThis definition interpretes the definition to be the expression in radians and seconds, with the meter value regarded only as an approximation.\n\n- The International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) categorizes the unit as \"units for use with the SI in specific domains.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 2nd ed. (1973) categorizes the unit as \"Non-SI units accepted for use with the International System, whose values in SI units are obtained experimentally\" and prefixes the footnote with: \"This unit does not have an international symbol; abbreviations are used, for example, UA in French, AU in English, AG in German, \u0430.\u0435. in Russian, etc.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 4th ed. (1981) omits the unit.\n- The International System of Units (SI), 7th ed. (1998) reintroduces the unit in the category \"Non-SI units accepted for use with the International System, whose values in SI units are obtained experimentally.\" with the experimental relationship \"1 au = 1.49597870691(30)\u00d710\u00b9\u00b9 m\" with the footnote: \"The astronomical unit is a unit of length approximatively equal to the mean Earth-Sun distance. Its value is such that, when used to describe the motion of bodies in the Solar System, the heliocentric gravitational constant is (0.01720209895)\u00b2 ua\u00b3\u22c5d\u207b\u00b2.\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 8th ed. (2006) notes the experimental relationship \"1 au = 1.49597870691(6)\u00d710\u00b9\u00b9 m\" and changes the footnote to: \"The astronomical unit is approximately equal to the mean Earth-Sun distance. It is the radius of an unperturbed circular Newtonian orbit about the Sun of a particle having infinitesimal mass, moving with a mean motion of 0.01720209895 radians per day (known as the Gaussian constant). The value given for the astronomical unit is quoted from the IERS Conventions 2003 (D.D. McCarthy and G. Petit eds., IERS Technical Note 32, Frankfurt am Main: Verlag des Bundesamts f\u00fcr Kartographie und Geod\u00e4sie, 2004, 12). The value of the astronomical unit in metres comes from the JPL ephemerides DE403 (Standish E.M., Report of the IAU WGAS Sub-Group on Numerical Standards, Highlights of Astronomy, Appenzeller ed., Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995, 180-184).\"\n- The International System of Units (SI), 9th ed. (2019) categorizes the astronomical unit as a \"non-SI unit accepted for use with the SI units\" and redefines it to have an exact relationship to the meter with the footnote: \"As decided at the XXVIII General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (Resolution B2, 2012).\"\n\nThis is a generalized definition taken to reference the current, or one of the historical, SI unit definitions.\nThis definition is intended for situations when it is not possible to be more precise, e.g., in contexts where data have been collected that uses different historical SI definitions.",
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