The International System of Units, the SI, gives the premise for all measurements in science, economics, engineering, and society. The SI has been basically revised in 2019. The new SI is a common and extremely secure unit system primarily based on invariable constants of nature. Its implementation lies on quantum metrology and quantum requirements, which base measurements on the manipulation and counting of single quantum objects, resembling electrons, ions, photons, and flux quanta. The New International System of Units (SI): Quantum Metrology and Quantum Standards, (PDF), explains and illustrates the brand new SI, its impression on measurements, and the quantum metrology and quantum know-how behind it.
The e-book relies on the e book “Quantum Metrology: Foundation of Units and Measurements” by the identical authors.
From the contents:
-The SI, (Système worldwide (d’unités))
-The SI Kelvin and the Boltzmann Constant
-Flux Quanta, Josephson Effect, and the SI Volt
-Quantum Hall Effect, the SI Ohm, and the SI Farad
-Single-Charge Transfer Devices and the SI Ampere
-The SI Kilogram, the Mole, and the Planck fixed
-Beyond the current SI: Optical Clocks and Quantum Radiometry
-Realization of the SI Second: Thermal Beam Cs Clock, Laser Cooling, and the Cs Fountain Clock
NOTE: The product consists of the e-book, The New International System of Units (SI): Quantum Metrology and Quantum Standards in PDF. No entry codes are included.