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how to convert si units ti cgs units and vice versa

6 years ago


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Dear student,

Conversion Table cgs / SI- Units

  cgs Conv.- Factor SI
Distance cm =10-2 m
Mass g =10-3 kg
Time sec = sec
Force dyne =10-5 Newton
Energy erg =10-7 Joule
Charge esu =3.336.10-10 Coulomb
El. Potential statvolt =299.8 Volt
Magnetic Field Gauss =10-4 Tesla
  Further units:
1 eV = 1.602.10-12 erg
1 Ry = 13.6 eV (ionization energy of hydrogen)
1 eV = k.11605oK


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