All individuals in OM

Label Id Description
83.8058 on the Kelvin scale _83.8058OnTheKelvinScale
9 192 631 770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom _9192631770PeriodsOfTheRadiationCorrespondingToTheTransitionBetweenTheTwoHyperfineLevelsOfTheGroundStateOfTheCesium133Atom
933.473 on the Kelvin scale _933.473OnTheKelvinScale
961.78 on the Celsius scale _961.78OnTheCelsiusScale
AFS AFS
Alfvén number AlfvenNumber
ApJ ApJ
Astrophysical_Techniques Astrophysical_Techniques
Astrophysical_Techniques_chapter1 Astrophysical_Techniques_chapter1
Astrophysical_Techniques_chapter3 Astrophysical_Techniques_chapter3
Australian dollar AustralianDollar
B magnitude BMagnitude [Johnson B magnitude. The Johnson B band is a standard filter in the blue area. The central wavelength is 440nm and the bandwidth is 100nm. The filter to be used is the Corning 5030 filter plus the Schott GG13 filter.]
B magnitude at maximum brightness BMagnitudeAtMaximumBrightness [Johnson B magnitude at maximum brightness (i.e. for a variable star). The Johnson B band is a standard filter in the blue area. The central wavelength is 440nm and the bandwidth is 100nm. The filter to be used is the Corning 5030 filter plus the Schott GG13 filter.]
B magnitude at minimum brightness BMagnitudeAtMinimumBrightness [Johnson B magnitude at minimum brightness (i.e. for a variable star). The Johnson B band is a standard filter in the blue area. The central wavelength is 440nm and the bandwidth is 100nm. The filter to be used is the Corning 5030 filter plus the Schott GG13 filter.]
Birmingham gauge BirminghamGauge
Brazilian real BrazilianReal
Brengt_Stroemgren Brengt_Stroemgren
British thermal unit (39 °F) BritishThermalUnit-39F
British thermal unit (59 °F) BritishThermalUnit-59F
British thermal unit (60 °F) BritishThermalUnit-60F