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Quantity by supplementary units

Code Description Unit
CCT Carrying capacity in tonnes(1) ct/l
CEN Hundred items 100 p/st
CTM Carats (1 metric carat = 2x10 -4 kg) c/k
GFJ Gram of fissile isotopes gi F/S
GRM Gram g
GTO Gross tonnage GT
KCC Kilogram of choline chloride kg C5H14ClNO
KHO Kilogram of hydrogen peroxide kg H2O2
KLT Thousand litres 1,000 l
KMA Kilogram of methylamines kg met.am.
KNE Kilogram drained net weight kg/net eda
KNI Kilogram of nitrogen kg N
KPH Kilogram of potassium hydroxide (caustic potash) kg KOH
KPO Kilogram of potassium oxide kg K2O
KPP Kilogram of diphosphorus pentaoxide kg P2O5
KSD Kilogram of substance 90 % dry kg 90% sdt
KSH Kilogram of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) kg NaOH
KUR Kilogram of uranium kg U
LPA Litre pure (100 %) alcohol l alc. 100%
LTR Litre l
MIL Thousand items 1,000 p/st
MQM Thousand cubic metres 1000 m³
MTK Square metre
MTQ Cubic metre  
MTR Metre m
MWT Thousand kilowatt hours 1,000 kWh
NEL Number of cells ce/el
NPR Number of pairs pa
PCE Number of items p/st
ZZZ No supplementary unit (only weight in kg is needed) -
TJO Terajoule (gross calorific value) TJ

(1) ‘Carrying capacity in tonnes’ (ct/l) means the carrying capacity of a vessel expressed in tonnes, not including ships' stores (fuel, equipment, food supplies, etc.). Persons carried on board (crew and passengers) and their baggage are also excluded.

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