There are seven, dimensionally independent, base SI-units and two supplementary units. All other units can be derived from the base ones. Below, you can find the list of the base SI units as well as the list of the derived units.
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SI base units list

UnitSymbolQuantity
Meter (metre)mLength
KilogramkgMass
SecondsTime
AmpereAElectric current
KelvinKThermodynamic temperature
MolemolAmount of substance
CandelacdLuminous intensity
SI Supplementary Units
RadianradPlane angle (2D angle)
SteradiansrSolid angle (3D angle)
SI Derived Units
UnitSymbolIn SI UnitsQuantity
Mechanics
PascalPakg·m-1·s-2Pressure,Stress
JouleJkg·m2·s-2Energy,Work,Heat
WattWkg·m2·s-3Power
NewtonNkg·m·s-2Force,Weight
Electromagnetism
TeslaTkg·s-2·A-1Magnetic Field
HenryHkg·m2·s-2·A-2Inductance
CoulombCA·sElectric Charge
VoltVkg·m2·s-3·A-1Voltage
FaradFkg-1·m-2·s4·A2Electric Capacitance
SiemensSkg-1·m-2·s3·A2Electrical Conductance
WeberWbkg·m2·s-2·A-1Magnetic Flux
OhmΩkg·m2·s-3·A-3Electric Resistance
Optics
Luxlxcd·sr·m-2Illuminance
Lumenlmcd·srLuminous Flux
Radioactivity
BecquerelBqs-1Radioactivity
GrayGym2·s-1Absorbed Dose
SievertSvm2·s-1Equivalent Dose
Other
HertzHzs-1Frequency
Katalkatmol·s-1Catalytic Activity
 
 

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