CODATA

AcronymDefinition
CODATACommittee on Data for Science and Technology
CODATACommittee On Data for Science & Technology
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[1.] CODATA recommended 2014 values of the fundamental physical constants: physics.nist.gov/constants.
All of the standard and transfer silicon materials used in this paper were also included in the 2014 CODATA recommended values of the fundamental physical constants [15].
To address similar issues in Latin America, a task group of the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA 2007), a committee of the International Council for Science, recently convened a workshop, "Strategies for Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America." During that meeting, a proposal was presented to develop a partnership similar to the AJP that would promote partnerships between high-ranking international environmental, medical, and public health journals with journals in Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Debski, "Experimental Results of Studies of the Surface Tension and Density for Data Base of Pb-Free Soldering Materials," CODATA Conference, November 2004.
In 1982 he was appointed by the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) to serve as President of CODATA, the ICSU Committee on Data for Science and Technology.
However, measurements of the most universally recognized constant, G, the gravitational constant are known to vary leading today to a relative standard uncertainty CODATA value of G that is twelve times larger than measurements of the late 1980's.
A thorough and handy reference for teachers, students, and researchers, the chart summarizes the most recent recommended values from the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) that was established in 1966 by the International Council of Scientific Unions to improve the quality and reliability of key data in all fields of science and technology.
The output format options include HTML, tab-delimited, and CODATA formats, and allow downloading for further processing.
Consequently, in a just-completed reevaluation of fundamental physical constants, the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) of the International Council for Science in Paris has increased G's uncertainty by a factor of 12.
In Proceedings of the 7th International CODATA Conference.
In 1974, the International Council of Scientific Unions through its Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) published CODATA Bulletin 13 titled "The Presentation of Chemical Kinetics Data in the Primary Literature" (24).