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a unit of potential equal to the potential difference between two points on a conductor carrying a current of 1 ampere when the power dissipated between the two points is 1 watt

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The present theory finally results in an effective radius of the order of 10-18 m for the experimentally detected Higgs-like particle having a rest mass of 125 GeV, and vice versa.
2004) ajustaram dados de velocidades maximas de ventos por meio da GEV, num periodo de 43 anos em Piracicaba, Estado de Sao Paulo.
In GEV approach one takes time into consideration selects the maxima in each specified time block.
A likelihood ratio (LR) test between the GEV and Box-Cox-GEV distributions leads to a rejection of the GEV distribution.
For those not qualifying for the GEV program, assistance is still available through the Tuition Assistance program and other graduate education programs as listed on the Navy Personnel Command Web site at http://www.
For general information on the GEV Program, visit the Navy College Program's GEV Web site at https://www.
In the case of Hong Kong, for all data sets, the hypothesis that the data follow a GEV distribution cannot be rejected at the 1% level.
In late 200% the two Tevatron experiments, known as CDF and DZero, excluded the range between 162 GeV and 166 GeV.
Asda financial services director Gev Lynott told The Grocer that it had been looking at what such a service would entail, as one of the key problems for new homeowners was trying to find good tradesmen.
This is the worst lake - Sea of Galilee - that I've seen in my life,' said veteran fisherman Menachem Lev from Kibbutz Ein Gev, a collective farm on the lake's eastern shore.
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Just as the optical flash peaked, Fermi's Large Area Telescope (LAT) detected a spike in GeV gamma-rays reaching 95 GeV, the most energetic light ever seen from a burst.
GVOC chief executive Gev Pringle said: "The young people have been extremely committed and achieved some truly amazing things.
So we said let's abandon that whole thing and go to 2 GeV with a totally new machine, and in fact it was reviewed by the European Union, which said that 2 GeV was still too low.
The results for particle sequences are shown step by step for mass ranges from 2 GeV to 175 GeV to provide a clear overview.