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Feb 22, 2021

[Answer] 7. This characteristic was formerly measured in cycles-per-second, but its modern unit of measure is named after a German physicist.

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...1. Force 2. Function 3. Flux 4. Frequency In 1960, the term "hertz", abbreviated Hz, was adopted officially for use, replacing "cycles per second". It is named after German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz (1857-1894). Quite often, kilohertz (1000 Hz), megahertz (1000 kHz) and gigahertz (1000 MHz) are used to describe a frequency.




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