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Boltzmann constant

Boltzmann constant

(Science: radiobiology) k = 1.38 x 10^-16 erg/degree. This is the ratio of the universal gas constant to avogadros number. It is also used to relate temperatures (Kelvin) to energies (ergs or Joules) via E = (constant of order unity) kT.


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