SCIENCE
UNITS ABBREVIATIONS INVENTIONS DISCOVERIES
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Detailed explanation1: The SI base units are the standard units of measurement defined by the International System of Units (SI) for the seven base quantities of what is now known as the International System of Quantities: they are notably a basic set from which all other SI units can be derived.
Detailed explanation2: The SI rests on a foundation of seven (7) defining constants: the cesium hyperfine splitting frequency, the speed of light in vacuum, the Planck constant, the elementary charge (i.e. the charge on a proton), the Boltzmann constant, the Avogadro constant, and the luminous efficacy of a specified monochromatic source.
Detailed explanation3: The International System of Units is a system of measurement based on 7 base units: the metre (length), kilogram (mass), second (time), ampere (electric current), kelvin (temperature), mole (quantity), and candela (brightness). These base units can be used in combination with each other.
Detailed explanation4: The fundamental units are the base units defined by the International System of Units. These units are not derived from any other unit, therefore they are called fundamental units. The seven base units are: Meter (m) for Length. Second (s) for Time.