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Natural constants take center stage

A fundamental change in the International System of Units

Prof. Dr. Joachim H. Ullrich, Dr. Jens Simon

The 20th of May 2019 is a special day. From that day on, the old definitions of what a kilogram, a mole, an ampere and a kelvin represent, are history. The future of the International System of Units will see natural constants play the star roles.

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