Clue | Unit |

A measure of proportion used to indicate the purity of gold. | |

A unit of catalytic activity used particularly when measuring the chemical activity of enzymes. | |

A unit of volume equal to ^{1}/_{2} a barrel (in the case of beer). | |

The SI unit of temperature. | |

The SI unit of mass. | |

A unit of length, equal to 0.621 miles. | |

A unit of nautical velocity equal to 1 nautical mile per hour. | |

A CGS unit of luminence, equal to 3183.099 candelas per square metre. | |

A CGS unit of heat transmission, equal to 1 thermochemical calorie per square metre. | |

An informal unit of distance used in athletics, swimming and auto racing. | |

A traditional unit of distance, generally taken to be 3 miles; it was intended as a representation of the distance a person could walk in an hour. | |

A unit of time equal to 366 days. | |

An informal unit of distance used either in horse and boat racing to define the distance between competitors, or in swimming to denote the distance between the two ends of a pool. | |

A measure used in pharmacology to express the percentage of a population killed by a dose of the substance being studied. | |

A unit of distance used in astronomy, equal to exactly 9,460,730,472,580.8 kilometres | |

A unit of area used in printing and advertising, equal to ^{1}/_{14} of an inch multiplied by the width of the print. | |

A unit of distance used in surveying, equal to 0.01 chain. | |

A unit of volume. | |

A traditional British unit, equal to 2240 pounds. | |

The SI unit for measuring the flux of light recieved by a surface or produced by a light source. | |

A unit of time equal to 24 hours and 50 minutes, used in tidal predictions. | |

A unit representing the average length between the Earth and the Moon, used to measure how close asteroids pass to Earth. | |

The SI unit for measuring the illumination of a surface. | |

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