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  1. #1 Physical constants calculator and units converter 
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    Hi,

    check out this site for doing calculations with physical/scientifical constants and units conversions in an easy way where you get a list of available constants to match the letters you write as the name of the constant or unit. Users can also add new constants and conversions.

    http://fermion.website.org


    for more help on using the site you can check this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMktgz2i0Ck

    example of things you can do:

    conversion: c{km,hour} will convert speed of light(c) to km per hour

    100{km*hour^-1}{mile,hour} will convert speed in km per hour to mile per hour
    and you don't need to guess the unit name like in other sites, once you start typing you get a list of possible units. also you don't really have to specify hour again so you can simply type: 100{km*hour^-1}{mile} and get the result in units mile per hour.

    (Ke*eCharge^2)/(hbar*c) will give you the fine structure constant or simply type
    alpha and you also get it.

    try it, tell me what you think, thanks.


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