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the distance over which significant charge separation can occur in a conductive material or plasma due to a variety of effects.
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Small bodies made of stone and/or metal found in the Solar System.
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In the context of liquids and soft matter, rheology aims to relate stresses with rate of change of strain or strain rates in a continuum-mechanics setting.
an instrument built for the purpose of direct detection of gravitational waves, most notably, LIGO, Virgo, and the future space-based detector LISA.
no increase in entropy.
The science of mechanics that deals with the flight, behaviour, and effects of projectiles.