atomic mass unit, unified to mark conversion

Conversion number between atomic mass unit, unified [u; AMU] and mark is 6.6734462302941 × 10-27. This means, that atomic mass unit, unified is smaller unit than mark.

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atomic mass unit, unifiedmark
106.6734462302941 × 10-26
201.3346892460588 × 10-25
302.0020338690882 × 10-25
402.6693784921176 × 10-25
503.336723115147 × 10-25
604.0040677381765 × 10-25
704.6714123612059 × 10-25
805.3387569842353 × 10-25
906.0061016072647 × 10-25
1006.6734462302941 × 10-25
1107.3407908533235 × 10-25
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atomic mass unit, unified

Definition of atomic mass unit, unified unit: ≈ 1.66053904 x 10-27 kg. The unified atomic mass unit or dalton is a standard unit of mass that quantifies mass on an atomic or molecular scale (atomic mass).

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Definition of mark unit: ≡ 8 oz t . The Mark is originally a medieval weight or mass unit, which supplanted the pound weight as a precious metals and coinage weight from the 11th century = 248.8278144 g

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