bethe

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See also: Bethe and béthe

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Capitalization of Bethe. Coined by astrophysicist Gerald E. Brown. Named after astrophysicist Hans Bethe, his collaborator on papers where this value frequently occurs.

Noun[edit]

bethe (plural bethes)

  1. A unit of energy equivalent to 1051 ergs, or 1044 joules.

Synonyms[edit]

  • B. / B (abbreviation)
  • foe (fifty-one ergs) (magnitude of the fifty-first order of ergs)

Derived terms[edit]

  • B. / B (abbreviation)

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