Absolute units, or natural units, are a system of units where certain dimensionful constants are set to 1. This often simplifies various formulae.

For example, in non-natural units, the Benkenstein - Hawking Black Hole entropy formula (BHBH Formula) is:


If one uses natural units where the Boltzmann constant and the Planck area are set to 1, this reduces to:


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