I'm late to this party but just a comment.V - Volts, a measure of electrical force.
Is there a way to split it into two posts? A-L and M-Z?Sadly, the OP is at the maximum post length, so something has to come out for something else to go in.
|C-Rate||(Dis)Charges per hour|
C was entered the other day, courtesy of Johannlog. C-Rate isn't in, so I'll add it...but just an FYI your definition is off a bit.
C Coulomb C-Rate (Dis)Charges per hour
Many acronyms and abbreviations have multiple meanings depending on the context, that's how I was able to make enough money to retire from this acronym page. Well, okay... not really.Really? isn't Business to Business a more common use for that acronym?
Please don't make fun of the metric system or those people that are brought up with it and forced to use it by people who think they're smarter than thousands of years of human measurement evolution. They all think it's great anyway, they don't realize how inefficient the system is for normal people and we shouldn't rub it in. Metric is so weak it doesn't even have units for time, they had to borrow from the Imperial system. It's not people-friendly, it's computer-friendly. People tend to think in analog with fractions and metric doesn't place nice with fractions (e.g., what's 1/6th of a meter in centimeters?), those are hard to figure out as it has a base of 10 which is only evenly divisible by 2 and 5. A base of 12 is divisible by 2,3,4 and 6, making a far superior choice for human measuring and thinking as you work with small whole members (great for human brains). Same for cooking, Imperial offers teaspoon, tablespoon, ounce, cup, pint, quart and gallon. Metric offers liters and divisions of liters.m : Metre: a funny unit if measure used outside of Homeland.