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For questions about the definition and usage of units of measurement.

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The $R$ is basically a empiric factor so that the formula gives you the right answer. The units are chosen so that the units in the formula are balanced. The $\mathrm K$ stands for kelvin … (temperature). I don't know where you got your definition of $R$ from, but in SI units it is $8.314\ldots\ \mathrm{\frac{J}{mol\ K}}$. I would propose to always use SI units when possible. …
answered Mar 28 '17 by Fl.pf.