Terry Hagiwara on fri 13 aug 99
bill aycock of persimmon hill kindly corrected me (off list) about my WRONG
definition of specific gravity.
specific gravity is defined as the ratio of the mass of a volume of matter
to the mass of an
identical volume of water at a specified temperature, and hence, is
so, my mumbling about specific gravity in the previous post was wrong from
the start :)
i should teach (to myself) how to find correct definitions first before to
discuss UNIT and DIMENSIONS.
shame-shame (to myself).