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National Systems of Units and Currencies: A–C

  • Jan Gyllenbok
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Part of the Science Networks. Historical Studies book series (SNHS, volume 57)

Abstract

This chapter compiles the measurement systems of sovereign states of the modern world; some are unrecognised states, others are consistent areas and there are also many nations that no longer exist as independent countries. Conversions to precise metric units are offered as a rough guide for estimation rather than a definitive accounting, which would warrant sophisticated supporting statistical analysis.

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