Q: What is the dimension of gravitation constant?

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The dimension of mass is always [M].

G = 6.6738480x10-11 m3kg-1s-2

The gravitational constant denoted by letter G, is an empirical physical constant involved in the calculation(s) of gravitational force between two bodies

The dimensions are [L^3 M^-1 T ^-2].

They are [L^3]*M^-1][T^-2].

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I think this is Newton's Law of Gravitation, F = GmM/R2. G is a numerical constant(6.67E-11), and has no dimension.

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The dimension of mass is always [M].

yes of course...

It is m2.

B. A. Soldano has written: 'Newton's law of universal gravitation and the fine structure constant' -- subject(s): Fine-structure constant, Gravitation

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because mass has no relativity with attraction so that gravitation force is constant

Yes, the universal gravitational constant is believed to be the same across the whole of the universe.

If you're talking about the Universal Gravitation than it is 6.67 x 10^-11

M^1l^2t^-1

Gravitation can be expressed as either an acceleration or a force per unit mass.[Acceleration] = [Length/Time2][Force per unit mass] = [mass-length/Time2] per [mass] = [length/time2]