Commitment to the SI System
Uzbekistan’s Cabinet of Ministers has approved the titles and designation of units of the International System (SI) used in Uzbekistan.
Adopted as the basic system of units by most countries of the world, the
SI system defines the seven basic units of physical quantities (meter, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, mole and candela).
Units of values not included in the International System, their title and designation have been approved for the application in our country.
For example, the basic unit for measuring the mass of the International System of Units (SI) is kilogram (kg), but there are also nonsystemic ones - ton (t), centner (q), metric carat (car) and atomic mass unit (u). The latter can be used when it is impossible or impractical to indicate the mass in kilograms.
The Cabinet also approved the rules for writing and applying units and quantities. They are mandatory for use in regulatory documents in the field of technical regulation, scientific and technical and other publications, including publications in the media.
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