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    SubjectRe: Better battery info/status files
    >> The units seem to vary. I suggest using fundamental SI units.
    >> That would be meters, kilograms, seconds, and maybe a very
    >> few others -- my memory fails me on this.
    > There are lots of SI units, one for each physical dimension
    > that can be measured. Some of the ones that might apply here are:
    > - Volts
    > - Coulombs
    > - Watts
    > - Amperes
    > - Seconds
    > - Joules

    No, these are not all fundamental.

    1 Joule == 1 newton * 1 meter

    The newton isn't fundamental either. It is defined in terms
    of meters, seconds, and kilograms.

    So if I've not mucked something up, 1 J == 1 m*kg*m/s/s.

    Units get ugly when arbitrary powers of 10 get thrown in,
    and worse with random odd constants. Amperes have a 2.0e-7
    in the definition.

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