kHz : kilohertz 1 kHz = 1000 Hz = 1000 Hertz.
kilo (k) an SI prefix = 103 • see other SI units
kilogram (kg), the base unit of mass in the SI and MKS versions of the metric system. The kilogram is defined as the mass of the standard kilogram.
1 kg = 1000 g ~ 2.204 pounds
kilogram metre (kg·m)
1 : a metric unit of work or energy equal to 9.806 65 joules (J).
2 : a metric unit of torque equal to 9.806 65 newton metres (N·m).
kilogram metre squared per second squared (kg·m2·s-2), energy or work.
The derived SI unit is the joule J : 1 kg·m2·s-2 = 1 J = 1 N·m = 1 W·s = 107 ergs
kilogram metre per second (kg·m/s) is the SI unit of momentum. 1 kg·m/s = 1 N·s
kilogram metre per second squared (kg·m/s²), a measurement of force
1 kg·m·s-2 = 1 N = 105 dynes, the derived SI unit is the newton
kilogram per metre per second squared (kg/m/s²), a measurement of pressure
1 kg/m/s2 = 1 pascal (Pa) = 1 N/m2 = 1 J/m3 = 10-5 bar
kilohertz (kHz) : 1000 Hz.
kilopascal (kPa), a common metric unit of pressure.
1 kilopascal = 1000 pascals (Pa) = 10 millibars (mb)
Kinematic Field Quantity, acoustic examples, vibration velocity, particle velocity
Kinetic Energy, all moving things have kinetic energy. It is energy possessed by an object due to its motion or movement, measured in joules.See also • sound energy density