Unit - Science and Technology

Science and Technology

  • GNU Units, a software program for unit conversion
  • Units of measurement, a standardized quantity of measurement of a physical quantity
  • Enzyme unit
  • Unit operation, a basic step in a chemical plant process
  • Functional unit, a component of a computer system such as the CPU
  • Unit of blood, a measurement in blood transfusion equal to one pint or 450 ml
  • Unit of alcohol, 10 millilitres of pure ethanol in the United Kingdom
  • Rack unit, a measure to describe the height of rack-mounted computer equipment
  • Geological unit or rock unit, a volume of identifiable rock or ice
  • In statistics:
    • Unit of observation, a type of entity (e.g. person, house, neighborhood) specifying the level at which data is collected
    • Unit of analysis, a type of entity (e.g. person, house, neighborhood) specifying the level at which data is analyzed
    • Statistical unit, a single data point, or collection of data points grouped as a single entity, on which statistical analysis is performed

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    Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.
    —J.G. (James Graham)