At a certain temperature a stage will be reached in which it is a frequent occurrence for a molecule to wander so far from its position of equilibrium, that it does not return but falls into a new position of equilibrium and oscillates about this.
If, on the other hand M is small compared with in, u is nearly equal to unity, and the root1 of (12) are a2=g/(a+b) and fri_-=nigIM.(a~b)/ab, approximately The former root makes 0=4,, nearly; in the corresponding normal mode m oscillates like the bob of a simple pendulum of length a+b.
diverges, and oscillates if both these series converge.
oscillates between the two positions in a period of about 22,000 years.
oscillates rapidly throughout the liquid portion of the burn.
The Brick House also oscillates between two very differently characteristic types of home.
oscillates gently with each firing stroke, so we bounce along as if striding on legs.
Pulsonic Technology: The head of the razor oscillates at 10,000 micro vibrations per minute, resulting in a close shave that keeps skin smooth and moist.
The main differences between the two watches are the exceptional LV 277 caliber movement that oscillates at 36,000/h and the chronograph function which measure hours, minutes, and one-fifth of a second.
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