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  2. N phases, superfluid He-4, define Kelvin scale
    Triple point
  3. Westinghouse and Tesla pioneered...
    Alternatinng current
  4. Row reduction is ... Elimination
    Gauss(ian)
  5. Solids as lattices of quantum harmonic oscillators
    Einstein
  6. VIPP1; peptidoglycan in it proves endosymbiosis; cytochrome B1F complex
    Chloroplast
  7. Casimir effect and cosmological constant exhibit vacuum...
    Pressure
  8. Brownian motion and Jean-Baptiste Perrin
    Avogadro #
  9. Ogives are light/dark bands in...
    Glaciers
  10. Solon-Skwesky; time derivative of a value symbolized by Klepsh-Gordon coefficients (ang momentum)
    Torque
  11. Eddington limit; 4 pi r squared times sigma
    Luminosity
  12. Podocytes (make up bowman's capsule); granular cells; glomerulus
    Kidney
  13. Kativa process; complex with Ru and Ir; chelates Fe with EDTA
    Acetic acid
  14. Fensk eqation- metal plates
    Distillation
  15. Huygens principle predicts it; used in fiber optics
    Snells law
  16. Sethy-Olman; just in time; GCC; lexical analysis and optimization; converts to lower level language
    Compiling
  17. Ernest mayer; one form involved in punctuate equilibrium; parapatric...
    Speciation
  18. Chinorax fleckeri is a member of the phylum
    Cnidaria
  19. Fails a gas-liquid equilibrium; named for eqn dealing with instantaneous dipoles
    Van der Waals
  20. Pockels effect; stark effect involves splitting of spectral lines by it; Biot-Savart
    Electric field
  21. Limdbalt; winding problem; barred type
    Spiral galaxy
  22. Ampère and Zeeman effect deal with
    Magnetic field
  23. Spin-polarized; tapping mode; some don't have to use dye?
    Microscopy
  24. Used in Millikan oil drop; decreases ~1 ft/s per 100 ft altitude; quadratic dependence?
    Terminal velocity
  25. Adult onset CTT repeats; Myotonic; Becker; Goer's sign; some require pacemakers; Duchenne
    Muscular dystrophy
  26. Bilanzo-Vistras; Cauchy;
    Sequence
  27. Namesake paradox; n times faraday times e; equal to ^H-(temp x entropy)
    Gibbs free energy
  28. Virtual pions mediate...; yukawa potential
    Strong force
  29. Bellman eqn; dynamic programming; lambda function
    Recursion
  30. GM2 gangliosides; another disease where it can't dissolve glycogen
    Lysosome
  31. Mobile phase of HPLC; have differences in electronegative producing dipole moment; thus H2O is and. CH4 isn't
    Polarity
  32. Kassner-Kelmer for NaOH; process alumina and molten cryolite (hall-heroult)
    Electrolysis
  33. Shafer-Burgman; Talbot-Lowe; Airey disk from circular aperture; also in fullerenes
    Diffraction
  34. Hydrogen gas has spin-type; also in thalidomide
    Isomerism, chirality, or equivalents
  35. Riemann-Zeta function; perhaps roo 2 has it; can't express these as 1 integer over another
    Irrational #
  36. Clathrin; surfactants exploit it;
    Polarity
  37. Sin and cos; vectors with dot product of 0
    Perpendicular
  38. Forefactor formula; oklo, Gabon
    Fission
  39. Dcc coupling; strecker synthesis
    Amino acids
  40. Template metaprogramming; c in and c out
    C++
  41. Venturi effect
    Bernoilli's principle
  42. Chitin; fast protein form
    Chromatography
  43. 2 lambda points for He-4
    Triple point (again)
  44. Only function that's its own derivative
    E^x
  45. Crystabalite; chalcedonite; opal
    Quartz
  46. Bunsen-Roscoe law; proton gradient
    Phototropism
  47. Faber and Jackson; measure with 1a supernova
    Distance
  48. Mukayama; BF3 and CCl4; e-acceptors
    Lewis acid
  49. Walloond effect; binomial whose terms sum to 1
    Hardy-Weinberg
  50. SU3; qcd theory; glueballs; rho, j/psi; proton, etc
    Hadrons
  51. Stoll-Szero; mean value thm;
    La Hopital
  52. Differential scanning; bomb type
    Calorimeter
  53. P element transposons
    Drosophila melanogaster
  54. Swing variety; pulley with 2 weights
    Atwood's machine
  55. Coronae of venus; basalt plumes; lithosphere--> asthenosphere
    Subduction
  56. Stub length; produces magnetic field by Biot-Savart
    Current
  57. Klepsch-Gordon coefficients; azimuthal quantum number
    Ang momentum
  58. Dissolves alumina in molten cryolite and electrolyzes the solution
    Hall-Heroult
  59. Forbidden by Gauss's law for magnetism; valentine's day signal; produced during inflation
    Magnetic monopoles
  60. Ficke's law governs it
    Diffusion
  61. Graham's law governs it
    Effusion
  62. Complexometric type with EDTA; equivalence point
    Titration
  63. Kumada, Heck, and monsanto process utilize these elements
    Transition metals
  64. Strength may br explained by branes; measured with torsion balance and two lead balls
    Gravitational constant or "big G"
  65. Q25 region; deactivate into Barr bodies
    X chromosome
  66. Involve the damping factor Q
    Simple harmonic motion/oscillator
  67. Contain 9+2 arrangement of microtubules; powered by motor protein dynein
    Flagella
  68. 8 strands of RNA; hemagluttinin and neuraminidase receptors
    Influenza
  69. Proposed by Eldridge and Gould; contrasts with gradualism
    Punctuates equilibrium
  70. Gibbs' paradox; negative log of the number of microstates
    Entropy
  71. Light-independent; uses RuBISco enzyme; G3P and NADP+
    Calvin cycle (don't confuse with the similar Krebs)
  72. Mankowski space
    general relativity
  73. Look-and-save, fairy, Lucas, and Cauchy types
    Sequence
  74. Predicted by general relativity, it's used to detect planets
    Gravitationl (micro)lensing
  75. YAG, YLF, temporal coherence, population inversion, Theo Mayman, ruby crystal
    Laser
  76. Compute moment of inertia
    Parallel axis thm
  77. EFTU, own RNA
    Ribosomes
  78. Super K; soudan nickel mine experiment
    Neutrinos
  79. Gamow and quantum tunneling; fired at target of ZnS and Au
    Alpha particles
  80. Proton+electron--> neutron+ electron antineutrino
    Electron capture or K capture
  81. Chain, constitutional, syn-gauche, stereo
    Isomers
  82. Hosdorff dimensions; Julia; Benoit Mandelbrot; self similarity
    Fractals or the archaic term "iterated functions"
  83. The weakest fundamental force; attempts to unify it with other 3 fail
    Gravity
  84. W and Z particles; Kurie plot
    Weak force/beta decay
  85. Photons carry this force
    Electromagnetism
  86. Weinberg helped create the unification resulting in it
    Electroweak force
  87. Composed of quarks and antiquarks, usually 2 total
    Mesons
  88. Made of 3 quarks
    Baryons
  89. Lightest leptons
    Neutrinos
  90. "Heavy electron"
    Muon
  91. Last lepton discovered
    Tau

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