Hi Oli,

> Thank four your effort. I found out, that the following definition of a new 
> unit, i called it SI, results also in a correct spaceing in the math 
> environment:
> \defineunit[SI][alternative=text]
> It seems, that the option alternative=text solves the problem with no spaces 
> between value and unit in the math environment.

That is a terrific solution that doesn’t require any messing with 
phys-dim.mkxl. You do not need to define a new unit. I got your result using 
this line:


This fixed the most significant problems with \unit in most situations. I’m 
still applying some of my solutions as well.


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