Weber (SI unit)
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As per all other eponymous SI units when the unit is written out in full it is not capitalized, but when shortened to its symbol it is capitalized.
History and etymology
It is named after the German physicist Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804-1891) 1.
- 1. Fye WB. Profiles in cardiology. Ernst, Wilhelm, and Eduard Weber. (2000) Clinical cardiology. 23 (9): 709-10. Pubmed