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- per unit
- поштучно
`{adv}`

на (каждую) единицу`{adv}`

за единицу`{adv}`един. - Advertisement
- labor and delivery unit <LD unit, L&D unit>
`[Am.]` - родильное отделение
`{с}`мед. - police unit
- полицейское подразделение
`{с}` - monetary unit
- денежная единица
`{ж}`вал. - military unit
- воинская часть
`{ж}`военно

войсковая часть`{ж}`военно - unit
`[measurement]` - единица
`{ж}`(измерения) - international unit <IU>
- международная единица
`{ж}`<МЕ>мед.фарм.

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- The most widely used is the AB magnitude system, in which photometric zero points are based on a hypothetical reference spectrum having constant flux
**per unit**frequency interval, rather than using a stellar spectrum or blackbody curve as the reference. - They used a calorimeter to estimate the heat evolved
**per unit**of carbon dioxide produced, eventually finding the same ratio for a flame and animals, indicating that animals produced energy by a type of combustion reaction. - Here, algae-based fuels hold great promise, directly related to the potential to produce more biomass
**per unit**area in a year than any other form of biomass. - The
**per**-**unit**cost was impossible to recoup, so the French and British governments absorbed the development costs. - Architects' fee structure was typically based on a percentage of construction value, as a rate
**per unit**area of the proposed construction, hourly rates, or a fixed lump sum fee.

- Steinmetz's equation, derived from his experiments, defines the approximate heat energy due to magnetic hysteresis released, per cycle
**per unit**volume of magnetic material. - Helical symmetry is given by the formula "P" = "μ" x "ρ", where "μ" is the number of structural units per turn of the helix, "ρ" is the axial rise
**per unit**and "P" is the pitch of the helix. - of the material, and it is specified in terms of force
**per unit**mass (...) or per unit volume (...). - The index measures the health and happiness they produce
**per unit**of environmental input. - It was rated in the top 10 for most nectar production (nectar
**per unit**cover per year) in a UK plants survey conducted by the AgriLand project which is supported by the UK Insect Pollinators Initiative.

- Coleman found the most likely decay pathway for vacuum decay and calculated the inverse lifetime
**per unit**volume. - Depositing a high density of graphene foliates along the length of aligned CNTs can significantly increase the total charge capacity
**per unit**of nominal area as compared to other carbon nanostructures. - 8 pm and "c" = 1124 pm, and four atoms
**per unit**cell. - Introducing the ideal gas law
**per unit**volume for the osmotic pressure, the formula becomes identical to that of Einstein's. - Computer storage has become cheaper
**per unit**and thereby larger, by many orders of magnitude since "K" was first used to mean 1024.

- Priced at $200
**per unit**, each hearing aid includes four rechargeable batteries (lasting up to three years) and a solar charger for them. - For a continuous rigid body or a fluid, the total angular momentum is the volume integral of angular momentum density (angular momentum
**per unit**volume in the limit as volume shrinks to zero) over the entire body. - Uncompressed audio formats encode both sound and silence with the same number of bits
**per unit**of time. - A circle may also be defined as a special kind of ellipse in which the two foci are coincident, the eccentricity is 0, and the semi-major and semi-minor axes are equal; or the two-dimensional shape enclosing the most area
**per unit**perimeter squared, using calculus of variations. - is fixed in the astronomical system of units, measuring the light time
**per unit**distance is exactly equivalent to measuring the product [...] × [...] in SI units.

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