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- A question about the unit and the value of the cosmological constant

In natural units, it’s known that the unit of the cosmological constant is ##eV^2##.

I don‘t get why in this paper :

https://arxiv.org/pdf/2201.09016.pdf

page (1), it says the value of ##\Lambda \sim meV^4##, this means ##\Lambda \sim (10^6 ~ eV)^4 \sim 10^{24} eV^4 ##, shoud not the unit ##eV ^2 ## instead ?

I don‘t get why in this paper :

https://arxiv.org/pdf/2201.09016.pdf

page (1), it says the value of ##\Lambda \sim meV^4##, this means ##\Lambda \sim (10^6 ~ eV)^4 \sim 10^{24} eV^4 ##, shoud not the unit ##eV ^2 ## instead ?