constants - -1 6.02214(26) (kgmol)-1 m e 9.1094(-31) kg...

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SOME FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS/CONVERSIONS CONSTANT mks UNITS cgs UNITS Energy Joule erg (10 -7 J) Force Newton dyne (10 -5 N) Length m cm (10 -2 m) Mass kg gm (10 -3 kg) h 6.6261(-34) J-s 6.6261(-27) erg-s c 2.99792(8) m/s 2.99792(10) cm/s k 1.38065(-23) J/K 1.38065(-16) erg/K k/hc 69.504 m -1 K -1 0.69504 cm -1 K -1 h/2 p 1.05457(-34) J-s 1.05457(-27) erg-s e 1.6022(-19) Coul 4.80298(-10) esu e 0 8.8542(-12) F/m (Coul 2 J -1 m -1 ) N A 6.02214(23) mol -1 6.02214(23) mol
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Unformatted text preview: -1 6.02214(26) (kgmol)-1 m e 9.1094(-31) kg 9.1094(-28) gm m p 1.6726(-27) kg 1.6726(-24) gm 1 eV 1.6022(-19) J 1.6022(-12) erg 8065 cm-1 1 Hartree (2R ) 27.211 eV 27.211 eV Debye (dipole) 1.0(-18) esu-cm Angstrom (A) 1.0(-10) m = 0.10 nm 1.0(-8) cm Coulombs Law F=q 1 q 2 /(4 pe ) 1/r 2 F=q 1 q 2 /r 2 E hydogen 1s-13.60 eV-13.60 eV...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course PHYSICS 780.04 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '07 term at Ohio State.

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