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Author Topic: Fluke Kelvin/Kilogram Redefinition  (Read 642 times)

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Fluke Kelvin/Kilogram Redefinition
« on: 04-30-2019 -- 14:30:36 »
I'm sure most of you automatically get these e-mails from Fluke but in case you didn't click link below.  May 15th before Metrology Day their is a free webinar about the new redefining of units of Kelvin & Kilogram.  They will be based on constants of nature, (c) speed of light 3 X 10ᴽm/s and atom oscillations.  If you're interested in the science this should be a good webinar.

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