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The rate at which cycles of a wave pass a given point.
The mathematical representation of a quantity possessing both magnitude and direction.
The integrated effect of a force applied over a distance.
The mutual attraction of two objects by virtue of their mass.
The amount of electrical charge that a pair of conductors can hold per unit of voltage between them.
The tendency of an object to retain its state of motion unless acted on by a net force.
The distance between successive crests of a wave.
The quantity measuring the state of disorder of a physical system, or equivalently the logarithm of the number of states accessible to the system.
The apparent bending or spreading of a wave as it passes through an aperture or encounters an obstacle.
The change in direction of a wave due to a change in its velocity when passing from one medium to another.
The average distance a gas molecule travels before colliding with another gas molecule.
The rate at which electrical charge passes through a given surface perpendicular to its flow.
The rate of change of an object's velocity.
The amount by which the internal energy of a substance increases per unit increase in temperature.
The rate at which energy is added to or removed from a physical system.
The integrated effect of a force applied over time.
The amount of energy (per unit mass) required to transform a substance from one phase to another, at the transition temperature.
The change in observed frequency of a wave when the observer or the wave source is in motion.

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