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Cation vs. Anion vs. Ion... What is the difference? Well, both cations and anions are ions, they just have different physical properties. Cations are formed when...
The International System of Units consists of seven defining constants, seven base units, and 22 derived units.
International System of Units physical quantities defining constants base units derived units cesium hyperfine splitting frequency speed of light vacuum Planck constant elementary charge Boltzmann constant Avogadro constant Kinematic SI Derived Units Mechanical SI Derived Units Molar SI Derived Units Electromagnetic SI Derived Units Photometric SI Derived Units Thermodynamic SI Derived Units International System of Quantities Base Quantities Derived Quantities