### Some articles on *mass, unit mass*:

... way, the gravitational field g around a single particle of

**mass**M is a vector field consisting at every point of a vector pointing directly towards the particle ... applying the universal law, and represents the force per

**unit mass**on any object at that point in space ... Because the force field is conservative, there is a scalar potential energy per

**unit mass**, Φ, at each point in space associated with the force fields this is called ...

... G-forces, when multiplied by a

**mass**upon which they act, are associated with a certain type of mechanical force in the correct sense of the term force ... is opposite to the direction of g-force acceleration Weight = −

**mass**times (g-force acceleration) The reason for the minus sign is that the actual force (i.e ... positive g-force (an acceleration vector that points upward) produces a force/weight on any

**mass**, that acts downward (an example is positive-g acceleration of a rocket launch, producing downward ...

... Kinetic energy per

**unit mass**1/2v2, where v is the speed (giving J/kg when v is in m/s) ... See also kinetic energy per

**unit mass**of projectiles ... Potential energy with respect to gravity, close to earth, per

**unit mass**gh, where g is the acceleration due to gravity (standardized as ~9.8 m/s2) and h is the height above the reference ...

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