Ernst O. Gobel, Uwe Siegner
The International System of Units; the SI; provides the basis for all measurements in science; economics; engineering; and society. The SI has been fundamentally revised in 2019. The new SI is a universal and highly stable unit system based on invariable constants of nature. Its implementation lies on quantum metrology and quantum standards; which base measurements on the manipulation and counting of single quantum objects; such as electrons; ions; photons; and flux quanta. The New International System of Units (SI): Quantum Metrology and Quantum Standards; (PDF); explains and illustrates the new SI; its impact on measurements; and the quantum metrology and quantum technology behind it.
The ebook is based on the book “Quantum Metrology: Foundation of Units and Measurements” by the same authors.
From the contents:
-The SI; (Système international (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 constant
-Beyond the present SI: Optical Clocks and Quantum Radiometry
-Realization of the SI Second: Thermal Beam Cs Clock; Laser Cooling; and the Cs Fountain Clock
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