AmountUnits is a property of a RepeatDose or ScheduleDose object.
This property defines units for the Amount property.
If the TargetName property defines a species,
then AmountUnits for a dose must be a chemical
amount (for example, milligram, mole, or molecule), not a concentration.
To get a list of the defined units in the library, use the sbioshowunits function. To add a user-defined
unit to the list, see sbioaddtolibrary.
Objects: RepeatDose, ScheduleDose
Units from library with dimensions of amount. Default = ''
When DimensionalAnalysis and UnitConversion are
both false, unit strings are not used. However, SimBiology still
performs a minimum level of dimensional analysis to decide whether
a reaction rate is in dimensions of amount/time or concentration/time.
When DimensionalAnalysis is true and UnitConversion is false,
units (if not empty) must have consistent dimensions so that SimBiology can
perform dimensional analysis. However, the units are not converted.
When UnitConversion is set to true (which
requires DimensionalAnalysis to be true),
SimBiology performs a dimensional analysis and converts everything
to consistent units. Hence, you must specify consistent units, and
no unit strings can be empty. If you have a dimensionless parameter,
you must still set its unit string to dimensionless.