SI derived units are part of the SI system of measurement units and are derived from the seven SI base units.
Physical quantity  Name of SI unit  Symbol for SI unit  Expression in terms of [[SI base unitSI base units]]  



frequency  hertz  Hz  
force  newton  N  
pressure, stress  pascal  Pa  
energy, work, heat  joule  J  
power, radiant flux  watt  W  
electric charge  coulomb  C  
electric potential, electromotive force  volt  V  
electrical resistance  ohm  Ω  
electric conductance  siemens  S  
electric capacitance  farad  F  
magnetic flux density, magnetic inductivity  tesla  T  
magnetic flux  weber  Wb  
inductance  henry  H  
temperature  degree Celsius  °C  K  
plane angle  radian  rad  1  = m·m^{1} 
solid angle  steradian  sr  1  = m^{2}·m^{2} 
luminous flux  lumen  lm  cd·sr  
illuminance  lux  lx  cd·sr·m^{2}  
activity (radioactive)  becquerel  Bq  s^{1}  
absorbed dose (of radiation)  gray  Gy  J·kg^{1}  = m^{2}·s^{2} 
dose equivalent (dose equivalent index)  sievert  Sv  J·kg^{1}  = m^{2}·s^{2} 
catalytic activity  katal  kat  mol·s^{1}  


area  m^{2}  
volume  m^{3}  
speed, velocity  m·s^{1}  
angular velocity  s^{1}, rad·s^{1}  
acceleration  m·s^{2}  
moment of force  N·m  = m^{2}·kg·s^{2}  
wavenumber  m^{1}  
density, mass density  kg·m^{3}  
specific volume  m^{3}·kg^{1}  
amount (ofsubstance) concentration  mol·m^{3}  
molar volume  m^{3}·mol^{1}  
heat capacity, entropy  J·K^{1}  = m^{2}·kg·s^{2}·K^{1}  
molar heat capacity, molar entropy  J·K^{1}·mol^{1}  = m^{2}·kg·s^{2}·K^{1}·mol^{1}  
specific heat capacity, specific entropy  J·K^{1}·kg^{1}  = m^{2}·s^{2}·K^{1}  
molar energy  J·mol^{1}  = m^{2}·kg·s^{2}·mol^{1}  
specific energy  J·kg^{1}  = m^{2}·s^{2}  
energy density  J·m^{3}  = m^{1}·kg·s^{2}  
surface tension  N·m^{1}=J·m^{2}  = kg·s^{2}  
heat flux density, irradiance  W·m^{2}  = kg·s^{3}  
thermal conductivity  W·m^{1}·K^{1}  = m·kg·s^{3}·K^{1}  
kinematic viscosity, diffusion coefficient  m^{2}·s^{1}  
dynamic viscosity  N·s·m^{2} = Pa·s  = m^{1}·kg·s^{1}  
electric charge density  C·m^{3}  m^{3}·s·A  
electric current density  A·m^{2}  
conductivity  S·m^{1}  = m^{3}·kg^{1}·s^{3}·A^{ 2}  
molar conductivity  S·m^{2}·mol^{1}  = kg^{1}·mol^{1}·s^{3}·A^{ 2}  
permittivity  F·m^{1}  = m^{3}·kg^{1}·s^{4}·A^{ 2};  
permeability  H·m^{1}  = m·kg·s^{2}·A^{2}  
electric field strength  V·m^{1}  = m·kg·s^{3}·A^{1}  
magnetic field strength  A·m^{1}  
luminance  cd·m^{2}  
exposure (X and gamma rays)  C·kg^{1}  = kg^{1}·s·A  
absorbed dose rate  Gy·s^{1}  = m^{2}·s^{3} 
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