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# Dimensional Formulae of Physical Quantities

S.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 . 11 . 12 . 13 . 14 . 15 . 16 . 17 . 18 . 19 . 20 . 21 . 22 . 23 . 24 . 25 . 26 . Physical Quantity Area Volume Mass density Frequency Velocity, speed Acceleration Force Impulse Work, Energy Power Momentum Pressure, stress Strain Modulus of elasticity Surface tension Surface energy Velocity gradient Pressure gradient Pressure energy Coefficient of viscosity Angle, Angular displacement Trigonometric ratio (sin, cos, tan, etc). Angular velocity Angular acceleration Radius of gyration Moment of inertia Relationship with other physical quantities Length breadth Length breadth height Mass/volume 1/time period Displacement/time Velocity/time Mass Acceleration Force Time Force Distance Work/Time Mass Velocity Force/Area change in dimension Original dimension Stress/Strain Force/Length Energy/Area Velocity/distance Pressure/distance Pressure volume Force/area velocity gradient Arc/radius Length/length Angle/time Angular velocity/time Distance Mass (radius of gyration)2 Remark Dimensional Formula 0 2 0 [M L T ] [M L3 T0] [M L3 T0] [M0 L0 T1] [M0 L T1] [M0 L T2] [M L T2] [M L T1] [M L2 T2] [M L2 T3] [M L T1] [M L1 T2] [M0 L0 T0] [M L1 T2] [M L0 T2] [M L0 T2] [M0 L0 T1] [M L2 T2] [M L2 T2] [M L1 T1] [M0 L0 T0] [M0 L0 T0] [M0 L0 T1] [M0 L0 T2] [M0 L T0] [M L2 T0]

27 . 28 . 29 . 30 . 31 . 32 . 33 . 34 . 35 . 36 . 37 . 38 . 39 . 40 . 41 . 42 . 43 . 44 . 45 . 46 . 47 . 48 . 49 .

Angular momentum Moment of force, moment of couple Torque Angular frequency Wavelength Hubble constant Intensity of wave Radiation pressure Energy density Critical velocity Escape velocity Heat energy, internal energy Kinetic energy Potential energy Rotational kinetic energy Efficiency Angular impulse Gravitational constant Planck constant Heat capacity, entropy Specific heat capacity Latent heat Thermal expansion coefficient or thermal expansivity

Moment of inertial angular velocity Force distance Angular momentum/time Or Force distance 2 Frequency Distance Recession speed/distance (Energy/time)/area Intensity of wave Speed of light Energy/volume
Reynold's number coefficient of viscocity Mass density radius

[M L2 T1] [M L2 T2] [M L2 T2] [M0 L0 T1] [M0 L T0] [M0 L0 T1] [M L0 T3] [M L1 T2] [M L1 T2] [M0 L T1] [M0 L T1] [M L2 T2] [M L2 T2]

(2 acceleration due to gravity earths radius)1/2 Work (= Force distance) (1/2) mass (velocity)2 Mass acceleration due to gravity height moment of inertia (angular velocity)2 output work or energy Input work or energy Torque time Force ( distance ) mass mass Energy/frequency
2

[M L2 T2] [M0 L0 T0] [M L2 T1] [M1 L3 T2] [M L2 T1] [M L2 T2 K1] [M0 L2 T2 K1] [M0 L2 T2] [M0 L0 K1]

## Heat energy/temperature Heat Energy Mass temperature Heat energy/mass

change in dimension Original dimension temperature

50 . 51 . 52 . 53 . 54 . 55 . 56 . 57 . 58 . 59 . 60 . 61 . 62 . 63 . 64 . 65 . 66 . 67 . 68 . 69 . 70 . 71 .

Thermal conductivity Bulk modulus or (compressibility)1 Centripetal acceleration Stefan constant Wien constant Boltzmann constant Universal gas constant Charge Current density Voltage, electric potential, electromotive force Resistance Capacitance Electrical resistivity or (electrical conductivity)1 Electric field Electric flux Electric dipole moment Electric field strength or electric intensity Magnetic field, magnetic flux density, magnetic induction Magnetic flux Inductance Magnetic dipole moment Magnetic field strength, magnetic intensity or magnetic moment density

## Heat energy thickness Area temperature time

[M L T3 K1] [M L1 T2] [M0 L T2] [M L0 T3 K4] [M0 LT0 K] [ML2 T2 K1] [ML2 T2 K1 mol1] [M0 L0 TA] [M0 L2 T0A] [ML2 T3A1] [ML2 T3A2] [M1 L2 T4A2] [ML3 T3A2] [MLT3A1] [ML3 T3A1] [M0 LTA] [MLT3 A1] [ML0 T2A1] [ML2 T2A1] [ML2 T2A2] [M0 L2 T0A] [M0 L1 T0A]

## ( Energ/area time) ( Temperature) 4

Wavelength temperature Energy/temperature
Pressure volume mole temperature

## Current time Current/area Work/charge

Potential difference Current

Charge/potential difference
Resistance area length

## Electrical force/charge Electric field area Torque/electric field

Potential difference distance Force Current length

## Magnetic field area

Magnetic flux Current

## Torque/magnetic field or current area

Magnetic moment Volume

72 . 73 . 74 . 75 . 76 . 77 . 78 . 79 . 80 . 81 . 82 .

Permittivity constant (or free space) Permeability constant (of free space) Refractive index Faraday constant Wave number Radiant flux, Radiant power Luminosity of radiant flux or radiant intensity Luminous power or luminous flux of source Luminous intensity of illuminating power of source Intensity of illumination or luminance Relative luminosity

4 electric force ( distance ) 2 force distance current current length Speed of light in vacuum Speed of light in medium

Charge charge

[M1 L3 T4A2]
2

[MLT2A2] [M0 L0 T0] [M0 L0 TA mol 1 ] [M0 L1 T0] [M L2 T3] [M L2 T3] [M L2 T3] [M L2 T3] [M L0 T3] [M0 L0 T0]

Avogadro constant elementary charge 2/wavelength Energy emitted/time Radiant power or radiant flus of source Solid angle Luminous energy emitted time Luminous flux Solid angle Luminous intensity

( distance) 2

Luminous flux of a source of given wave length luminous flux of peak sensitivity wavelength ( 555nm ) sourc e of same power

83 . 84 . 85 . 86 . 87 . 88 . 89 . 90 . 91 .

Luminous efficiency Illuminance or illumination Mass defect Binding energy of nucleus Decay constant Resonant frequency Quality factor or Qfactor of coil Power of lens Magnification

Total luminous flux Total radiant flux Luminous flux incident area (sum of masses of nucleons) (mass of the nucleus) Mass defect (speed of light in vacuum)2 0.693/half life

[M0 L0 T0] [M L0 T3] [M L0 T0] [ML2 T2] [M0 L0 T1] [M0 L0 A0 T1] [M0 L0 T0] [M0 L1 T0] [M0 L0 T0]

( Inductance capacitance) 2
Resonant frequency inductance Resistance

92 . 93 . 94 .

## ( /8) ( pressure) ( radius) 4 ( viscosity coefficient ) ( length )

(Angular frequency capacitance)1 (Angular frequency inductance)