Physics acceleration is the rate of change of speed of an object with respect to time. Acceleration (a) of an object is the result of physical resultant forces (F) acting on the object (F=m×a)

Base unit for Acceleration: metres per second squared [m/s²]

- metres per second squared
- kilometres per hour per second
- feet per second squared
- miles per hour per second
- standard gravity
- knots per second

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- feet per hour per second
*(British/American)* - feet per minute per second
*(British/American)* - feet per second squared
*(British/American)* - galileo
*(Metric)* - inches per hour per second
*(British/American)* - inches per minute per second
*(British/American)* - inches per second squared
*(British/American)* - kilometres per hour per second
*(Metric)* - kilometres per minute per second
*(Metric)* - kilometres per second squared
*(Metric)* - knots per second
- metres per hour per second
*(Metric)* - metres per minute per second
*(Metric)* - metres per second squared
*(Metric)* - miles per hour per second
*(British/American)* - miles per minute per second
*(British/American)* - miles per second squared
*(British/American)* - standard gravity

18 units in **Acceleration** category.