unit of mass

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u·nit of mass

1. metric system: gram;
2. SI: kilogram;
3. English system: pound.
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For an eternal second he stood in the midst of a portrait gallery, wherein she occupied the central place, while about her were limned many women, all to be weighed and measured by a fleeting glance, herself the unit of weight and measure.
After decades of ground-breaking laboratory works, the worlds scientific and technical community, in a landmark and historic decision taken in the recent open session of the General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) at BIPM on 16 November 2018, has unanimously adopted the resolution to redefine four of the seven base units, the kilogram (SI unit of weight), Kelvin (SI unit of temperature), mole (SI unit of amount of substance), and ampere (SI unit of current).
In a historic decision on November 16, last year, more than 60 countries unanimously voted to redefine kilogram (SI unit of weight) along with three other units Kelvin (SI unit of temperature), mole (SI unit of amount of substance), and ampere (SI unit of current).
Which imperial unit of weight is equal to 2240 pounds in its long form?
Which imperial unit of weight equal to 2240 pounds in its long form?
CNTs offer a promising future as a ballistic armour due to their extraordinary properties like high tensile strength (30~60Gpa - 100 times stronger than steel per unit of weight), Young's Modulus of (1 Tpa), 40% strain to yield in tensile tests, high energy absorption capacity and low weight.
Greater chewing activity is probably a result of the increase in the fiber content of the diet, and thus the animal will consume more daily units of dry matter per unit of weight gain.
In the 14th century it started to be used as a unit of weight applied to wool and cheese.
Such was its value, it was only sensible to keep tea under lock and key away from pilfering servants in a box which took its name from the Malay kati, a unit of weight for tea, of approximately 1?
In France, however, the official name is "arrobe," which is a term that came from Spain in the 1500s where it was called "arroba" and referred to a unit of weight.
Weighing approximately 6.0 grams, the coin slightly surpasses the traditional unit of weight used in Islamic coinage, to compensate for erosion in daily use and help to prolong the coin's useful life.