- Laws, Physical
- found: Work cat.: The second law of thermodynamics, 1976.
- found: McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms, 2003: p. 1591 ("physical law -- (phys[ics]) -- a property of a physical phenomenon, or a relationship between the various quantities or qualities which may be used to describe the phenomenon, that applies to all members of a broad class of such phenomena, without exception")
- found: Academic press dictionary of science and technology, 1992: p. 1642 ("physical law -- physics -- any law in physics that describes specific phenomena and applies to all cases in which these phenomena occur, such as the law of conservation of momentum in mechanics")
- notfound: Chambers dictionary of science and technology, 1999
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- 2003-10-15: revised
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