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How can you find constant quantities in physics science?

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2009-03-14 17:55:33
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Experiments Go to your library and look for a book called the 'Handbook of Chemistry and Physics' by CRC. This book is packed with an incredible amount if information. The latest edition (84th) on Amazon.com is listed at $140. The ISBN: 0849304865.

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