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What is the lowest temperature theoretically attainable?
What is the name given to a disk-shaped rotating mass formed by gravitational attraction?
What is the name given to any process that occurs without heat entering or leaving a system?
What is a helium–4 nucleus emitted by a larger nucleus during radioactive decay called?
What name is used for a device that measures electric current?
What is the SI unit for electric current?
What is the unit of length equal to 10^-10 metres?
The Feynman–Stueckelberg interpretation states that these are regular particles traveling backward in time, what are they?
Who's principle states that the weight of liquid displaced by a body is equal to the weight of the body?
What is the name given to the unit of length defined as the mean distance between the earth and the sun
Which unit is defined as one twelfth the mass of an atom of carbon 12?
What is the number of protons in a nucleus called?
What is the name given to the loss of intensity suffered by radiation as it passes through a medium?
What name is given to a strong steel vessel used for carrying out chemical reactions, sterilizations, etc., at high temperature and pressure?
What name is given to the number of atoms or molecules in one mole of a substance?
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Created Jul 30, 2016SourceReportNominate
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