Asked by | 14th Jun, 2009, 01:50: PM
1.Henry Per Meter (H/m) is the unit commonly used in the SI unit system.
The original unit for measuring the amount of radioactivity was the curie (Ci)–first defined to correspond to one gram of radium-226 and more recently defined as:
1 curie = 3.7x1010 radioactive decays per second [exactly].
In the International System of Units (SI) the curie has been replaced by the becquerel (Bq), where
1 becquerel = 1 radioactive decay per second = 2.703x10-11 Ci.
3.1 kilowatt hour = 3.6 × 106 J
5.(4) They change with change of conditions
Answered by | 14th Jun, 2009, 02:04: PM
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