Gaussian units vs Lorentz-Heaviside units

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The ##e^2## of Gaussian units becomes ##\frac{e^2}{4 \pi}## in Lorentz-Heaviside units.

Is this the only difference between Gaussian units and Lorentz-Heaviside units?
 

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