NA=c^2/(2*1000*G*k1*k2) , NA Avogadro's number, c speed of light, G measured gravitation constant in each separate experiment, averages can be any combination (will not do). Any unit in square is Unit*Unit/smallest unit. For kg this make X[kg]*Y[kg]=X*Y/(1000*NA/kg). This "take care of" 1kg unit and the other kg (N) divided by c^2 leaves n kg. From F=G*m1*m2/r^2 <=> G=F*r^2/(m1*m2) the real kg:s(the numbers) are already divided away.

Divided 2 is as business as usual work =pot energy/2 or an integral 1/2 "it just appear ".And 1000g/1kg since mol is in grams (new def. thousands of kg's 0.012kg). k1 and k2 have no units and are calculated from distance /radius (same units) =p. The parameter for "volumetric efficiency or reduced volume 1/k" k=3/2*p^2-3/4*(p^3-p)*ln((p+1)/(p-1)) is integral over a sphere dV/s^2 dx,dy,dz divided by dVcosb/s^2dx,dy,dz , the total V/r^2 divided by the vector of V/r^2 . The later is how mainstream calc. gravity and try to prove shell theory (there is no such thing) and the former total gravitational pressure ( Einstein equality), should be used for ex. for emission of photons in gravity field (mainstream have no idea).

The second one is officially impossible to calc. I did it 4 years ago along whit the first that is probably mainstream useless. Probably not much better

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