In SI what are used with the names of the base unit to indicate the multiple of ten that is being used with the base unit?
Yes, it is the base unit for measuring mass.
10 [ ten ] . Answer Ten, raised to the power of multiples of plus or minus 3.
SI is a base 10 standardized system
SI is the abbreviated term for International System of Units. The five SI base units commonly used by chemists are the meter, the kilogram, the kelvin, the second, and the mol…e. All measured quanitities can be reported in SI units.
id say temperature in Kelvins (K) pressure in atmospheres (atm) volume in liters (L) mass in kilograms (Kg) and moles (mol) which is the number of carbon atoms in exac…tly 12g of pure carbon substance
Kilogram. for mass
The second. I see the "second" as a measure of time, not light. LUX, Lumen or Candela do ring a bell and something like watt per square meter .. Yes the S.I. unit measur…e of light is a limen (lm) . lumen (lm) The SI derived unit for measuring the luminous flux of light being produced by a light source or received by a surface. The luminous intensity of a light source is measured in candela . One lumen represents the total flux of light emitted, equal to the intensity in candela multiplied by the solid angle in steradians (1/(4pi) of a sphere) into which the light is emitted. Thus the total flux of a one-candela light, if the light is emitted uniformly in all directions, is 4pi lumen.
A mole is a SI base unit used to measure the amount of a substance.It is a unit of measurement used in chemistry to express amounts ofa chemical substance.
The SI unit for density is kg/m 3 (or g/cm 3 , Mg/m 3 ).
In SI what are used with the names of the base unit to indicate the multiple of ten that is being used with the base in the base unit?
Mole is the SI base unit to measure the amount of substance.