A  Units
Quantity  Common Symbol  Unit  Unit in Terms of Base SI Units 
Acceleration  
Amount of substance  n  mole  
Angle  
Angular acceleration  
Angular frequency 
 
Angular momentum 

 
Angular velocity  
Area  A  
Atomic number  Z  
Capacitance  C  farad  
Charge  coulomb  
Charge density:  
Line 
 
Surface  
Volume  
Conductivity  
Current  I  ampere  
Current density  
Density  
Dielectric constant  
Electric dipole moment  
Electric field  
Electric flux  
Electromotive force  volt  
Energy  joule  
Entropy  
Force  newton  
Frequency  hertz  
Heat  joule  
Inductance  henry  
Length:  metre  
Displacement  
Distance  
Position  
Magnetic dipole moment  
Magnetic field  tesla  
Magnetic flux  weber  
Mass  kilogram  
Molar specific heat  
Moment of inertia  
Momentum  
Period  
Permeability of free space  
Permittivity of free space  
Potential  volt  
Power  watt  
Pressure  pascal  
Resistance  ohm  
Specific heat  
Speed  
Temperature  kelvin  
Time  second  
Torque  
Velocity  
Volume  
Wavelength  
Work  joule 
Table A1 Units Used in Physics (Fundamental units in bold)
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