What unit of measurement is MU?
The units in physics are the different scales to measure an entity. The value of mu naught is measured using henries per meter which is equivalent to newton(kg.m/s 2) per ampere squared(N.A -2).
Measurement. Micro-, SI (metric) prefix denoting a factor of 10−6 (one millionth) Micrometre (deprecated as a single-character symbol)
The physical constant μ0, (pronounced “mu nought” or “mu zero”) is commonly called the vacuum permeability, the permeability of free space, the permeability of vacuum, or the magnetic constant. It is simply proportional to the dimensionless fine-structure constant, with no other dependencies.
The lowercase Greek letter mu (µ) is used to represent the prefix multiplier 0.000001 (10 -6 or one millionth). In some texts, the symbol µ is an abbreviation of micrometer(s) or micron(s). These two terms both refer to a unit of displacement equal to 0.000001 meter or 0.001 millimeter.
What is the full form of mu?
Microliter to Milliliter Conversion Table
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Coefficient of friction, ratio of the frictional force resisting the motion of two surfaces in contact to the normal force pressing the two surfaces together. It is usually symbolized by the Greek letter mu (μ). In kinetic friction, the frictional force resists the motion of an object.
(4) mu is equal to the unified atomic mass unit, with symbol u, i.e. mu = 1 u. In biochemistry this unit is called the dalton, with symbol Da, although the name and symbol have not been approved by CGPM. (5) The definition applies to pure substance, where m is the total mass and V is the total.
μ is used as a symbol for: The SI prefix micro, meaning a factor of 10-6 (one millionth). μ by itself is often used as the “unit” of strain, though in this context it retains its SI prefix meaning, which is interchangeable with “x 10-6” or “ppm” (parts per million).