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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SLOVENIA.
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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Slovenia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Slovenian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Slovenia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Slovenia. Each municipality has its own code with the prefix "SI." For example, the code for the Municipality of Bled is ISO 3166-2:SI-003.
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"This implementation has now enabled scientists and researchers to base the SI units entirely on fundamental properties of nature, which will ensure their ongoing refinement and improvement for years to come," according to an official statement released by the government.
All CVs calculated in DCCT units were much lower compared with CVs calculated in SI units (Table 1) owing to the lower specificity of the NGSP PRMP.
--magnetic constant [[mu].sup.0], which in SI units is 4[pi] x [10.sup.-7] Henry/metre, is replaced by a new magnetic constant [[mu].sub.o] = 1/[[epsilon].sub.0][c.sup.2] = 0.0344 [[N.sup.-1]].
Each face of the cube has information for one concept associated with SI units. Kinesthetic and visual learners can use the Cube to help imagine the magnitude of various SI units: each edge has a length of 0.010 m; the cube has a volume of 1 litre or 1000 mL or 10'3 m3; if filled with water the cube would have mass 1 kg.
SI coherent derived unit Derived Name Symbol Expressed in Expressed in quantity terms of other terms of SI SI units base units solid angle steradian sr [m.sup.2] [m.sup.-2] = 1 frequency hertz Hz [s.sup.-1] force newton N [s.sup.-2] m kg energy joule J N m [s.sup.-2] [m.sup.2] kg power watt W J [s.sup.-1] [s.sup.-3] [m.sup.2] kg electric coulomb C s A charge voltage volt V W [A.sup.-1] [s.sup.-3] [m.sup.2] kg [A.sup.-1] electric ohm [OMEGA] V [A.sup.-1] [s.sup.-3] resistance [m.sup.2] kg [A.sup.-2] inductance henry H V S [A.sup.-1] [s.sup.-2] [m.sup.2] kg [A.sup.-2] luminous lumen lm cd sr [m.sup.2] flux [m.sup.-2] cd = cd Table 3.
Note that ppm and ppb are not SI units. We also use ppm and ppb when we use solution concentrations in soil science.
One such book, available from AACC (, is SI Units for Clinical Measurement by Young and Huth.
The conversion of several domestic FeSi furnaces to Si metal production has shifted some U.S.-producing plants into greater exports of Si units. The consequence is that the U.S.
30, 1996 - the deadline for submitting federal-aid designs in SI units.
If I have to pick the one item that annoyed me, it was his section on SI units in Chapter 4.
Aiming for two markets the editors decided to use American spelling in American chapters and vice versa, and to compensate for this by including the alternative spelling in parentheses (similarly for SI units and mg).
Even when other SI units are used in the article, I'm always that the traditional shorthand from a first draft might have carried through intact; a difference of [10.sup.3] is sometimes not enough to make the intended meaning obvious, even to an informed reader.