X Unit


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X unit

[′eks ‚yü·nət]
(spectroscopy)

X Unit

 

a unit of length equal to 1.002 X 10-13 m (or 1.002 X 10−3 Å). The x unit was introduced for expressing the wavelengths of X rays and gamma rays as well as the spacings of crystal lattices.