SI accepted 2019 (unitsystem)

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ID: https://schemas.optimade.org/defs/v1.2/unitsystems/si/si_accepted_2019
Definition name: si_accepted_2019

Unitsystem name: SI accepted 2019
Description: The SI 2019 unit system and units accepted to be used with the SI.

The International System of Units (SI) is established and maintained by the General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM). In the redefinition of the SI unit system in 2019 the magnitudes of all SI units are defined from declaring exact numerical values for seven defining constants when expressed in terms of their SI units. The si_extra_2019 unit system includes the prefixes and the units designated in the International System of Units (SI), 9th ed. (2019) as "non-SI units that are accepted for use with the SI." (The general logarithmic ratio quantities, B and dB are not included.)

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This unitsystem defines the following units:

This unitsystem defines the following prefixes:

JSON definition:

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            "description": "A unit of mass defined as 1/12 of the mass of a free carbon 12 atom, at rest and in its ground state.\n\nThe name dalton as an alternative name to *atomic mass unit* is defined in the International System of Units (SI), 7th ed. (1998) in a footnote to a table labeled \"Non-SI units accepted for use with the International System, whose values in SI units are obtained experimentally\" in the section \"Units outside the international system\".\nThe definition given is: \"The unified atomic mass unit is equal to 1/12 of the mass of an unbound atom of the nuclide \u00b9\u00b2C, at rest, and in its ground state. In the field of biochemistry, the unified atomic mass unit is also called the dalton, symbol Da.\"\n\nThis definition makes the dalton equivalent to the atomic mass unit defined in the International System of Units (SI), 1st ed. (1970) (https://schemas.optimade.org/defs/v1.2/units/si/1970/accepted/atomicmassunit)\n\nIn the International System of Units (SI) 8th ed. (2006) the definition is slightly adjusted, replacing \"unbound\" with \"free\": \"The dalton (Da) and the unified atomic mass unit (u) are alternative names (and symbols) for the same unit, equal to 1/12 times the mass of a free carbon 12 atom, at rest and in its ground state.\"\n\nAll editions of the International System of Units (SI) note approximate relationships to the kilogram.\nThe 9th ed. states \"1 Da = 1.660 539 066 60(50)\u00d710\u207b\u00b2\u2077 kg\", where the 2018 CODATA value has been used and the 2019 SI kilogram is referenced (https://schemas.optimade.org/defs/v1.2/units/si/2019/base/kilogram).\n\nNote: in the 2019 redefinition of the SI units, the dalton is the only unit listed as accepted for use with SI that does not have an exact relation to the base SI units.",
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            "description": "The SI base unit of thermodynamic temperature defined by fixing the value of the Boltzmann constant as defined at the 26th CGPM Meeting (2018) and adopted into SI in 2019.\n\n\"The kelvin, symbol K, is the SI unit of thermodynamic temperature. It is defined by taking the fixed numerical value of the Boltzmann constant k to be 1.380649\u00d710\u207b\u00b2\u00b3 when expressed in the unit J\u22c5K\u207b\u00b9, which is equal to kg\u22c5m\u00b2\u22c5s\u207b\u00b2\u22c5K\u207b\u00b9, where the kilogram, metre and second are defined in terms of \\(h\\), \\(c\\) and \\(\\Delta \\nu_\\textrm{Cs}\\).\" [26th CGPM Meeting (2018), resolution 1].\n\nThis definition references the 2019 SI derived joule unit (https://schemas.optimade.org/defs/v1.2/units/si/2019/named/joule).",
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