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Acceleration (m/s2)
Angle [plane] (rad)
Area (sqm)
Data Storage (B)
Data Transfer Rate (B/s)
Density (kg/m3)
Electric Charge (C)
Electric Current (A)
Electric Resistance (Ω)
Energy (J)
Force (N)
Frequency (Hz)
Fuel (km/L)
Length [m]
Mass, Weight (kg)
Mass Flow Rate (kg/s)
Power (W)
Pressure (Pa)
Speed (m/s)
Temperature (K)
Time (s)
Torque (N.m)
Volume (L)
Volume Flow Rate (m3/s)
Quantity (i)

- EMU Of Current (EMU c) ⇛
- ESU Of Current (ESU c) ⇛
- Abamperes (abA) ⇛
- Amperes (A) ⇛
- Biots (Bi) ⇛
- Centiamperes (cA) ⇛
- Coulombs Per Second (C) ⇛
- Deciamperes (dA) ⇛
- Dekaamperes (daA) ⇛
- Electromagnetic Unit CGS (EMU) ⇛
- Electrostatic Unit CGS (ESU) ⇛
- Faradays Per Second (Far/s) ⇛
- Franklins Per Second (Fr/s) ⇛
- Gaussian Electric Current (gec) ⇛
- Gigaamperes (GA) ⇛
- Gilberts (Gb) ⇛
- Hectoamperes (hA) ⇛
- Kiloamperes (kA) ⇛
- Megaamperes (MA) ⇛
- Microamperes (μA) ⇛
- Milliamperes (mA) ⇛
- Nanoamperes (nA) ⇛
- Picoamperes (pA) ⇛
- Siemens Volts (sV) ⇛
- Statamperes (stA) ⇛
- Teraamperes (TA) ⇛
- Volts Per Ohm (V/Ω) ⇛
- Watts Per Volts (W/V) ⇛
- Webers Per Henry (w/h) ⇛

- Amperes -> Microamperes
- Microamperes -> Amperes
- Webers Per Henry -> Kiloamperes
- Kiloamperes -> Webers Per Henry
- Statamperes -> Electrostatic Unit CGS
- Electrostatic Unit CGS -> Statamperes
- Deciamperes -> Nanoamperes
- Nanoamperes -> Deciamperes
- Gigaamperes -> Dekaamperes
- Dekaamperes -> Gigaamperes
- Teraamperes -> Siemens Volts
- Siemens Volts -> Teraamperes
- ESU Of Current -> Abamperes
- Abamperes -> ESU Of Current
- Milliamperes -> EMU Of Current
- EMU Of Current -> Milliamperes
- Faradays Per Second -> Coulombs Per Second
- Coulombs Per Second -> Faradays Per Second
- Watts Per Volts -> Megaamperes
- Megaamperes -> Watts Per Volts