unit:GALILEO

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The $$\textit{Galileo}$$ is the unit of acceleration of free fall used extensively in the science of gravimetry. The Galileo is defined as $$1 \textit{centimeter per square second}$$ ($$1 cm/s^2$$). Unfortunately, the Galileo is often denoted with the symbol Gal, not to be confused with the Gallon that also uses the same symbol.

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CGS unit of acceleration called gal with the definition: 1 Gal = 1 cm/s
Gal
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The $$\textit{Galileo}$$ is the unit of acceleration of free fall used extensively in the science of gravimetry. The Galileo is defined as $$1 \textit{centimeter per square second}$$ ($$1 cm/s^2$$). Unfortunately, the Galileo is often denoted with the symbol Gal, not to be confused with the Gallon that also uses the same symbol.
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