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AP Physics B Units
Force Newton (N)
Energy Joules (J)
Work Joules (J)
Power Watts (W)
meters per second (m/s)Velocity or Speed meters per second (m/s)
Acceleration meters per second squared (m/s2) ormeters per second per second (m/s/s)
Mass Kilograms (kg)
Spring Constant Newton per meter (N/m)
Torque Newton meter (Nm)
Momentum kilogram meter per second (kg m/s) orNewton second (Ns) (usually reserved for Impulse)
kilogram meter per second (kg m/s) (Usually reserved for momentum)Impulse Newton second (Ns) or kilogram meter per second (kg m/s) (Usually reserved for momentum)
kilogram per meter cubed (kg/m3)Density kilogram per meter cubed (kg/m3)
Current Amp or Ampere (A)
Resistance Ohm (Ω)
Charge Coulomb (C)
Voltage Volts (V)
Potential Difference Volts (V)
Emf (Electromotive Force)Volts (V)
Newton per Coulomb (N/C)Electric Field Newton per Coulomb (N/C)
Electric Potential EnergyJoules (J)
Magnetic Field Tesla (T)
Tesla meter squared (Tm2) or Weber (Wb)Magnetic Flux Tesla meter squared (Tm2) or Weber (Wb)
Wavelength meter (m)
Frequency Hertz (Hz)
Energy (Modern) Electron Volt (eV)
*Pascal (Pa) or Atmosphere (atm)Pressure *Pascal (Pa) or Atmosphere (atm)
*Kelvin (K) or degrees Celsius (oC)Temperature *Kelvin (K) or degrees Celsius (oC)
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