The Proposed New SI: Consequences For Mass Metrology
AbstractAt its 24th meeting in October 2011 the General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) adopted a Resolution on the possible future revision of the International System of Units (SI). This paper provides an overview of the proposed changes to the SI, the focus being on the proposed redefinition of the kilogram and possible consequences for mass metrology.
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