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maxwell (Mx) maxwell (#) Fr.: maxwell The unit of → After James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), British outstanding physicist, who made fundamental contributions to electromagnetic theory and the kinetic theory of gases. |

Maxwell bridge pol-e Maxwell Fr.: pont de Maxwell A type of → |

Maxwell gap gâf-e Mawxell Fr.: division de Maxwell A division in Saturn's ring in the outer part of the C ring. It is about 87500 km from Saturn's center and is 500 km wide. The gap was discovered in 1980 by Voyager 1. Not discovered by J. C. Maxwell, but named in his honor; → |

Maxwell's demon pari-ye Maxwell Fr.: démon de Maxwell A → Named after James Clerk Maxwell (→ |

Maxwell's equations hamugešhâ-ye Maxwell Fr.: équations de Maxwell A set of four vector equations that describe the electric and magnetic fields arising
from varying distributions of electric charges and currents, and how those fields
change in time. In their differential form, these equations are: _{0}
(→ Gauss's law for electricity), ii) ∇. = 0
(→ BGauss's law for magnetism), iii) ∇ x = -∂E/∂Bt
(→ Faraday's law of induction), iv) ∇ x = μB_{0} +
μJ_{0}ε_{0}∂/∂Et
(→ Ampere's law), with
c^{2} = 1/(μ_{0}ε_{0}), where
E is → electric intensity,
B is → magnetic flux density,
ρ is → charge density,
ε_{0} is → permittivity,
μ_{0} is → permeability,
J is → current density,
and c is → speed of light.→ |

Maxwell's rule razan-e Maxwell Fr.: règle de Maxwell Every part of a deformable electric circuit tends to move in such a direction as to enclose the maximum magnetic flux. |

Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution vibâžš-e Maxwell-Boltzmann Fr.: distribution de Maxwell-Boltzmann The distribution law for kinetic energies (or, equivalently, speeds) of molecules of an ideal gas in equilibrium at a given temperature. → |

Newton-Maxwell incompatibility nâsâzgâri-ye Newton-Maxwell Fr.: incompatibilité entre Newton et Maxwell The incompatibility between → → |

potential well câh-e tavand Fr.: puit de potentiel Region in a → |

well 1) xoš, xub; 2) câh Fr.: 1) In a good or satisfactory manner; thoroughly, carefully, or soundly. 1) M.E., from O.E. wel(l) (cognates Du. 1) |

well-formed formula (wff) disul-e xošdisé (wff) Fr.: formule bien formée (FBF) A string of → |

well-ordered set hangard-e xoš-râyé Fr.: ensemble bien ordonné A set in which every → |

zenithal well câh-e sarsuyi Fr.: puit zénithal 1) A well used in Antiquity from bottom of which the sky could be observed
during the day with a better contrast. The aperture of the well reduced the
light diffused by the sky. |