NIST Revision

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NIST Revision

Postby NHE » Thu Nov 04, 2010 12:19 am

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has voted unanimously to revise the symbol for the coulomb. The coulomb is the SI derived unit for electric charge when a current of one amp flows past a point in a conductor for one second, C = A · s using the old nomenclature or 6.24151 × 10^18 electrons. The new symbol for the coulomb, based on the greek letter omega used for the ohm, is shown below.


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