Q: Conversion charat of different electrical units?

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No. The same quantities in different units.

You use a conversion factor when you want to convert something to something else - for example, to convert between different units of measurement.

A unit conversion ratio

It is not clear what sm3 stands for but, in all likelihood, there is no valid conversion because the dimensions of the units are different.

Density = Mass/Volume. Conversion between units will depend on what the two units are.

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The conversion of Anson-units is that in Chemistry you have to multiply by the conversion units, to get the Anson-units.

Conversion.

No. The same quantities in different units.

It is no different.

Scale conversion is about showing relationships between different units of measurement. It is a dictionary and shows measurement relationships.

Conversion factor.

Probably a conversion rate.

First the units of the two quantities should have the same category, e.g length units, or mass units, etc. Second: to convert the unit of one quantity to the same unit of the another quantity. third: to perform the comparison.

One term for such a ratio is a "conversion factor".

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You use a conversion factor when you want to convert something to something else - for example, to convert between different units of measurement.