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μ°²³Ω
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μ MU symbol. Micro- (Greek letter μ or legacy micro symbol µ) is a unit prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10−6 (one millionth). The lower case letter mu (μι), the 12th letter of the modern Greek alphabet.
° degree (temperature or angle)
symbol for microgram
symbol for milligram
symbol for kilogram
abbreviation of inch
symbol for nanometer (nanometre)
symbol for micrometer (micrometre)
symbol for millimeter (millimetre)
symbol for centimeter (centimetre)
symbol for kilometer (kilometre)
² superscript two
³ superscript three
alternative form of ml (milliliter)
alternative form of dl (deciliter)
alternative form of kl (kiloliter)
symbol for "cubic centimeter"
(chemistry, physics, date) alternative spelling of "MOLE".
(mathematics) logarithm
symbol for kilobyte
symbol for megabyte. Bachelor of Medicine degree
Abbreviation of gigabyte. Initialism of Great Britain.
abbreviation of calorie. abbreviation of caliber.
abbreviation of kilocalorie.
the symbol for hertz, a unit of frequency.
symbol for kilohertz
symbol for megahertz
symbol for gigahertz
symbol for kilowatt
Ω the SI unit measure of electrical resistance, the ohm, the right ascension of the ascending node or Longitude of the ascending node in astronomy and orbital mechanics, the omega constant, an asymptotic lower bound notation related to big O notation, in probability theory and statistical mechanics, the support, a solid angle, the omega baryon, the arithmetic function counting a number's prime factors counted with multiplicity or the density parameter in cosmology.
(mathematics) natural logarithm; logarithm to the base e.
symbol for decibel
symbol for the lumen
symbol for millisecond
Abbreviation of radian. Abbreviation of radiator. Abbreviation of sight radius.
symbol for the candela
symbol for kilopascal
(chemistry) Measure of the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution, equal to the negative logarithm of the concentration of hydronium ions in molars.