[crater] This is a somewhat worn crater formation with a wide inner wall. There is a pear-shaped crater along the northern inner wall. The interior floor is relatively featureless, with only a small ridge offset to the southwest of the mid-point. ...
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Abbreviated Hz. A unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second. One kHz = 1000 Hz. One MHz = 106 (one million) Hz. One GHz = 109 Hz.
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Abbrev. to Hz. The unit of measure of frequency. One Hertz is equal to one cycle in one second. (Hertz - German physicist 1857-1894).
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The unit that measures the number of cycles per second. Named after Heinrich Rudolph Hertz, a physicist.
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[n] - the unit of frequency 2. [n] - German physicist who was the first to produce electromagnetic waves artificially (1857-1894) 3. [n] - German physicist who with James Franck proved the existence of the stationary energy states postulated by Bohr (1887-1975)
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The unit of frequency. Equivalent to cycles per second. Abbreviation: Hz.
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The unit for frequency of oscillation. Measured in, and sometimes still called, Cycles per Second, Symbol Hz
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A unit of frequency equating to one cycle per second
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The SI unit of frequency indicating the number of cycles per second (symbol Hz). The name is in honour of Heinrich Hertz, an early German investigator of radio wave transmission. See also: Frequency, Hertz Heinrich.
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(Hz, s-1) frequency. The SI unit of frequency, equal to one cycle of the wave per second (s-1).
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Hertz (Hz) is the SI derived unit, with a special name, for frequency. The hertz is the frequency of a periodic phenomenon of which the period is one second (Hz = 1 s-1). It is named after the German scientist Heinrich Hertza (1857 - 1894).
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The unit of frequency (1 Hz = 1 cycle / second); named after Heinricht Hertz in 1888, an early pioneer of electromagnetic radiation research.
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