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HS Physics 1

This quantity in the Josephson effect is proportional to the time derivative of the phase difference. Voltage
the electric field is perpendicular to this quantity's contour lines Voltage
The sum of this quantity around a closed loop equals zero, according to Kirchhoff's loop rule. Voltage
correction of this law made by van der Waals Ideal gas law
pV=nRT Ideal gas law
it is most accurate at high temperatures and low pressures. Ideal gas law
its subject is monatomic Ideal gas law
Boyle's Law and Charles's Law Ideal gas law
The Redlich-Kwong equation is derived from this statement Ideal gas law
This law can be derived by assuming that kinetic energy is equal to one half Boltzmann´┐Żs constant times temperature and by assuming that collisions off a wall are perfectly elastic. Ideal gas law
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