## Units Of Measurements Of Physical Quantities – Chertov

In this post, we will see the book Units Of Measurements Of Physical Quantities by A. G. Chertov. UNITS OF MEASUREMENT OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES is a unique and convenient volume that will be of equal interest as a textbook to the advanced high school student and graduate physics or engineering major, or as a reference volume to the teacher as well as the practicing physicist, chemist, engineer, or laboratory and industrial technician. The coverage combines treatment of units, dimensional analysis, and good physics and provides a fundamental contribution to the subject. The author takes nothing for granted; every step is explicitly explained by proof and derivation. Although the subject of units of physical quantities is usually touched upon in fundamental textbooks on physics, chemistry, or engineering, and while most handbooks contain a small section devoted to this topic accompanied by a number of numerical conversion tables, no work equivalent to this one exists in the English language.

The book was translated from Russian by was published in  by Publishers.

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# Contents

Preface v
Greek Alphabet ix

## Chapter I. General Aspects of Selection of Units. Formulation of Systems of Units 1

1. Selection of Units of Measurement. Fundamental and Derived Quantities and Units 3

2. Dimensions of Derived Quantities and Units of Measurement 6

3. Proportionality Factor in Physical Formulas 9
1. Proportionality Factor in Fundamental Equations 9
2. Proportionality Factor in Physical Formulas Which Are Not Fundamental Equations 10

4. Systems of Units Adopted in Science and Engineering 11

## Chapter II. Systems of Mechanical Units 13

1. The MKS System (practical) 13
1. Fundamental Units in the MKS System 13
2. Derived Units in the MKS System 14
2. The cgs System (physical) 22
1. Fundamental Units in the cgs System 22
2. Derived Units in the cgs System 23

3. The Metric Gravitational (MKGFS) System (Technical) 24
1. Fundamental Units in the MKGFS System 24
2. Derived Units in the MKGFS System 24

4. The British Absolute (f lbm s) System 30
1. Fundamental Units in the flbms System 31
2. Derived Units in the flbm s System 31

5. The British Gravitational (f lbfs) System 38
1. Fundamental Units in the f lbfs System 39
2. Derived Units in the f lbfs System 39

6. Relationships Among Mechanical Units in Different Systems 44

1. Relationship Among Units in MKS and cgs Systems 45
2. Relationships Among Units in the MKS and flbm s Systems 49
3. Other Units in the f lbm s and f lbf s Systems 53
4. Relationships Among Units in the f lbm s and f lbf s Systems 54

7. Other Units of Mechanical Quantities 55
8. Rules for Calculation in Solving Physical Problems 59

## Chapter III. Units of Measurement of Acoustic Quantities 64

1. Units of Measurement of Quantities Characterising Sound as a Physical Phenomenon 64
2. Units of Measurement of Quantities Characterising Sound as a Psycho-Physical Phenomenon 68

## Chapter IV. Units of Measurement of Quantities Used in Molecular Physics 72

1. Temperature 73
2. Derived Molecular Physics Units in the MKS and cgs systems 76
3. Solution of Problems in Molecular Physics 84

## Chapter V. Systems of Units for Measurement of Electromagnetic Quantities 87

1. The MKSA (practical) System 87
2. The cgs esu system 102
3. The cgs emu system 109
4. The cgs System (Gaussian System) 117
5. The Rationalized MKSA system 119
6. Relationships Among Electromagnetic Units in Different Systems 122
7. Sample Solutions of Problems in Electromagnetism 129

## Chapter VI. Units of Measurement of Quantities of Electromagnetic Radiation 133

1. Units of Measurement of Energy Quantities in Electromagnetic Radiation 134
2. Units of Measurement of Quantities of Thermal Radiation 137
3. Units of Measurement of Photometric Quantities 138
4. Units of Measurement of Quantities of Radioactive Decay 141
5. Units of Measurement of Quantities Characterizing the Action Between Radiation and Matter 143

Appendices 151
Index 163 