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mass flow tacân-e jerm Fr.: écoulement de masse The mass of a fluid that passes a specified unit area in a unit amount of time. |

mass formula disul-e jerm Fr.: formule de masse An → |

mass fraction barxe-ye jerm Fr.: fraction de masse The fractional amount (by mass) of a given
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mass function karyâ-ye jerm Fr.: fonction de masse 1) The number of a class of objects as a function of their mass.
→ M is the mass of secondary, and _{s}i the
→ angle of inclination of the orbit,
the mass function is given by:
(M. sin_{s}^{3}^{3}i) /
(M._{p} + M_{s})^{2} |

mass loss dastraft-e jerm Fr.: perte de masse The outpouring of particles and gas from a star, occurring at varying
rates and by a variety of processes throughout a star's lifetime.
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mass loss rate nerx-e dastraft-e jerm Fr.: taux de perte de masse The rate with which the → |

mass number adad-e jermi (#) Fr.: nombre de masse The total number of → |

mass outflow ostacân-e jerm Fr.: écoulement de masse The flowing out of mass through various processes from an object, for example in a star forming region or in a close binary. |

mass segregation savâyeš-e jerm Fr.: ségrégation de masse A consequence of the → → |

mass shift kib-e jermi Fr.: The portion of the isotope shift which results from the difference between the nuclear masses of different isotopes. |

mass spectrometry binânsanji-ye jerm Fr.: spectrométrie de masse An analytical technique for identification of chemical structures, determination of mixtures, and quantitative elemental analysis, in which ions are separated according to the mass/charge ratio and detected by a suitable detector. → |

mass spectrum binâb-e jerm (#) Fr.: spectre de masse A spectrum of charged particles, arranged in order of mass or mass-to-charge ratios.
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mass transfer tarâvaž-e jerm Fr.: transfert de masse The process in which the evolved member of a close binary system passes gaseous material to its companion star. |

mass transport tarâbord-e jerm (#) Fr.: transport de masse In fluid mechanics, the motion of a given amount of material carried by a fluid from one point to another. |

mass-energy equivalence hamug-arzi-ye jerm-kâruž Fr.: équivalence masse-énergie The principle of interconversion of mass and energy, described by the
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mass-energy relation bâzâneš-e jerm-kâruž Fr.: relation masse-énergie The famous equation proposed by Einstein as a consequence of his special theory
of relativity describing the equivalence of mass and energy:
E is
energy, m is the equivalent amount of mass, and c is the velocity of
light. |

mass-luminosity ratio vâbar-e jerm-tâbandegi Fr.: rapport masse-luminosité The ratio of the mass of a system, expressed in solar masses, to its visual luminosity, expressed in solar luminosities. The Milky Way Galaxy has a mass-luminosity ratio in its inner regions of about 10, whereas a rich cluster of galaxies such as the Coma Cluster has a mass-luminosity ratio of about 200, indicating the presence of a considerable amount of dark matter. → |

mass-luminosity relation bâzâneš-e jerm-tâbandegi Fr.: relation masse-luminosité A relationship between luminosity and mass for
stars that are on the main sequence, specifying how bright a star of a given mass
will be. Averaged over the whole main
sequence, it has been found that L and M are in solar units. This means, for
example, that if the mass is doubled, the luminosity increases more
than 10-fold.→ |

mass-metallicity relation (MZR) bâzâneš-e jerm-felezigi Fr.: relation masse-métallicité A correlation between the → → |

mass-size relation bâzâneš-e jerm-andâze Fr.: relation masse-taille The relation between the → |

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