## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 3Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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There is a neighborhood relation that gives , for any cell x = ( i , j ) , a finite list of

cells x + x1 , x + x2 , . . . , x + Xk

information directly ; in the general case , the vector ( x1 , x2 , . . . , xk ) can vary

from ...

There is a neighborhood relation that gives , for any cell x = ( i , j ) , a finite list of

cells x + x1 , x + x2 , . . . , x + Xk

**called**its neighbors , from which it can receiveinformation directly ; in the general case , the vector ( x1 , x2 , . . . , xk ) can vary

from ...

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Spectroscopists find cycles per centimeter more convenient ( ū = flc , where c is

the speed of light ) ; units are cm - '

angular frequency ( w = 27f ) . Hyperpolarizability : Atoms and molecules are

polarized ...

Spectroscopists find cycles per centimeter more convenient ( ū = flc , where c is

the speed of light ) ; units are cm - '

**called**wavenumbers . Theorists preferangular frequency ( w = 27f ) . Hyperpolarizability : Atoms and molecules are

polarized ...

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Colors with hue are

colors . Although color terms are frequently used in reference to all three aspects

of color ( e . g . , one may speak of a sensation of red , a red surface , or a red ...

Colors with hue are

**called**chromatic colors ; those without are**called**achromaticcolors . Although color terms are frequently used in reference to all three aspects

of color ( e . g . , one may speak of a sensation of red , a red surface , or a red ...

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### Contents

Andrew J Heymsfield | 353 |

Coal Geology | 371 |

Celestial Mechanics 1 Colin R Ward | 409 |

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