His chief contribution to science was his studies of the electron and his monumental work on the "Identification of Matter and Energy," wherein he established, beyond cavil and for all time, that the ultimate unit of matter and the ultimate unit of force
The holder of the State primary standard of unit of force
Questions included the number of chromosomes in a body cell (46), the name of the first Labour prime minister (Ramsay MacDonald) and the name of the unit of force
The SI unit of force
is named after which scientist?
3 : a unit of force
equal to the force of gravity on a body <The pilot experienced five G's during the sudden turn.>
G-force is measured as a unit of force
equal to the force exerted by gravity; it is used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it is accelerated.
At a higher speed, the volume of muscle used per unit of force
was greater for backward running.
For example, using SICOR on low-density polypropylene with a cyanoacrylate created a bond four times stronger than that created by corona discharge alone, while tests of Acetal (the common name for a difficult-to-bond polymer) using two types of silicone sealants showed a strength rating of up to 24 newtons (the unit of force
required to detach a 0.5 mm layer of a silicone sealant from the surface of a 1 cm width of SICOR-modified Acetal substrate).