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How to convert Richter magnitude scale to approximate TNT?
I know the Richter magnitude scale is often used for measuring the strength of earthquakes. At the same time, explosive/destructive releases of energy are often quoted in equivalent amounts of TNT. Is ...
Apr 16 '13 at 18:42
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