If anything, things, masses and forces categorially depend on space.
In other cases, water masses may form within ice masses.
Relative atomic masses can be used to find the relative formula mass of a compound.
Scientists discovered that the explosion had forged roughly 50 Earth masses' worth of silver, 100 Earth masses of gold, and 500 Earth masses of platinum.
Continental air masses from eastern Europe have equally easy access westward.
Most open clusters have small masses on the order of 50 solar masses.
These two masses, which are genetically identical to each other, go on to become embryos.
John Dalton developed a crude method for measuring the masses of the elements in a compound.
About 99 percent of the world’s glacier ice is in these two ice masses, 91 percent in Antarctica alone.
Atoms have very little mass so instead of using their actual masses in kilograms, their relative atomic masses are used.
The sum of the relative formula masses of the reactants is equal to the sum of the relative formula masses of the products.
…mass determined to date is R136a1, a giant of about 265 solar masses that had as much as 320 solar masses when it was formed.
In a third scheme the acceleration of the suspended masses is measured as they are moved relative to the large attracting masses.
So, if there can be mere sums, and UFM is true, then we ought to believe in mereological essentialism for masses of matter, even if we do not accept MEO.
Besides these two air masses, three other air masses also influence China’s climate: the equatorial continental air mass (a highly unstable southwest monsoon), the polar maritime air mass, and the equatorial maritime air mass.
The mixing of these air masses over Switzerland produces weather patterns that not only change according to which air masses are involved but also are characterized by great variation in temperature and precipitation because of local relief.
For masses of stuff composed of simples, however, the procedure is relatively simple—“whenever you have a larger mass compounded out of smaller masses of the same kind, identify the larger mass with a set of these smaller masses.”
Equation (9) determines the sum of the masses; and, if R1 and R2 are the distances of the individual stars from the centre of mass, the ratio of the distances must balance the inverse ratio of the masses, and the sum of the distances is the total distance R.
Of these, the least important are the continental polar air masses, which may occasionally bring intense cold to northern Egypt in December and January, and the maritime polar air masses, which are associated with rain-bearing depressions over the northern and southern extremities of the continent during the winter.
Granite may occur in dikes or sills (tabular bodies injected in fissures and inserted between other rocks), but more characteristically it forms irregular masses of extremely variable size, ranging from less than eight kilometres (five miles) in maximum dimension to larger masses (batholiths) that are often hundreds or thousands of square kilometres in area.
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Granite may occur in dikes or sills tabular bodies injected in fissures and inserted between other rocks but more characteristically it forms irregular masses of extremely variable size ranging from less than eight kilometres five miles in maximum dimension to larger masses batholiths that are often hundreds or thousands of square kilometres in area