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Weber, Wilhelm Eduard

Syllabification: We·ber, Wilhelm Eduard
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈvābər/
  • (1804–91), German physicist. He proposed a unified system for electrical units and determined the ratio between the units of electrostatic and electromagnetic charge.

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