Ferry-Porter law

Ferry-Porter law
Fer·ry-Por·ter law (ferґe porґtər) [Ervin Sidney Ferry, American physicist, 1868–1956; Thomas Cunningham Porter, English scientist, late 19th century] see under law.

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