Neumann law

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Neu·mann law

(noy'mahn),
in compounds of analogous chemical constitution, the molecular heat, or the product of the specific heat and the atomic weight, is always the same.
[Franz E. Neumann]

Neu·mann law

(nū'măn law)
In compounds of analogous chemical constitution, the molecular heat, or the product of the specific heat and the atomic weight, is always the same.
[Franz E. Neumann]

Neumann,

Franz E., German physicist, 1798-1895.
Charcot-Neumann crystals - Synonym(s): Charcot-Leyden crystals
Neumann law - in compounds of analogous chemical constitution, the molecular heat, or the product of the specific heat by the atomic weight, is always the same.
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Basically, Von Neumann's law of bubble growth states that in a frothy world, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
He also confirmed Von Neumann's law, showing that many-sided bubbles grow larger while few-sided ones shrink.
angle assumption -- but the bubbles don't seem to notice, violating the angle and following Von Neumann's law all the same.