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A unit of energy or mass in particle physics, defined as the work required to move an electron through a potential difference of one volt. | |

An old unit of length used primarily for the measure of cloth, equal to 45 inches. | |

A typographical unit, equal to the currently specified point size e.g. for a 16-point typeface, one of this unit is 16 points. | |

A unit of time used in astronomy, whereby times are expressed as years and fractions of years. | |

The unit of work or energy in the CGS system, equivalent to the work done by a force of one dyne acting through a distance of one centimeter. | |

A unit of temperature. | |

The SI unit of electrical capacitance. | |

A unit of length, used today almost exclusively at sea to measure water depth etc. | |

An alternative name for the femtometre (10^{-15}m), used in atomic physics | |

An old unit of length, defined as the length of the middle finger, from the tip to the joint where the finger is attached to the hand. | |

A unit of volume equal to ^{1}/_{4} of a barrel. | |

A traditional unit of volume generally equal to the US gallon, or 3.785 litres. | |

A measure of computing power, equal to one floating point operation per second. | |

A unit of liquid volume, equal to ^{1}/_{16} of a pint (US), or ^{1}/_{20} of a pint (UK). | |

A unit of length, equal to 12 inches. | |

A unit of time, equal to 2 weeks. | |

A measure of the 'speed' of a camera lens; more accurately a measure of the light-gathering power of a lens. | |

A unit of length, equal to 660 feet or ^{1}/_{8} of a mile; often used in horse racing. | |

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