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On Friday 04 March 2005 07:44 pm, William J. Kammerer wrote:
> Actually, the Newton is the SI unit of force; Pascals are used for
> pressure. And I wouldn't include the prefix (k, m, µ, M, G, etc.) as
> part of the unit, instead treating it simply as an implied exponent of
> 10 (e.g., 3 for kilo, 6 for Mega, -6 for micro). So we'd have
> <Impact force="345" unit="N" exponent=3 />.
Well thanks for the correction. If I ever write such an application,
which is highly unlikely.. I'll try to keep this in mind.
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