SI

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In acronyms, SI (LH:2) stands for “System International”, referring to the internationally-agreed upon system for "units" of measurement in science, aka "SI unit".[1]

Overview

In 1875, at the Meter Convention, Paris, seventeen nations signed a treaty, which initiated the "System International" (SI) organization, which presently is regulated and continually developed by three international organizations.

In 1960, the SI unit system became "standardized" full, and the de facto language of science, in respect to units, thereafter.

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See also

References

  1. SI base unit – Wikipedia.

External links

  • SI – Wikipedia.