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Anybody know this formula?

  1. Jul 13, 2010 #1

    jpm

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    e/c^2 * j * PV/nR
     
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  3. Jul 13, 2010 #2

    Pythagorean

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    that's not a formula, it's an expression. Where's the equals sign?
     
  4. Jul 14, 2010 #3
    It looks almost like some attempt at relativised thermodynamics, but, as Pythagorean stated, it's not even a formula.
     
  5. Jul 14, 2010 #4

    Pythagorean

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    It looks like a gas law to me. But is the j imaginary, or..?
     
  6. Jul 14, 2010 #5

    Integral

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    I read it as : MIT

    M= [itex] \frac e {c^2} [/itex]

    i=j (to a EE)

    T = [itex] \frac {PV} {n R} [/itex]
     
  7. Jul 15, 2010 #6

    Char. Limit

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    Same here, but I didn't bother replying.
     
  8. Jul 15, 2010 #7

    Office_Shredder

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  9. Jul 16, 2010 #8
    Its on T's and sweat shirts from the 'tute.
     
  10. Jul 16, 2010 #9
    you do realize...
     
  11. Jul 16, 2010 #10

    Pythagorean

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    surely, he must; thus past tense.
     
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