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The gray polymer shell, which partially conceals aircraft-grade aluminum, seems too skinny to support his weight; the ankle, too delicate for the 10,000 newtons of force it was built to withstand.
Collectively, these generate 22.8m newtons of thrust—about as much as eighteen 747 jetliners.
But the lysozyme actually had a piezoelectric effect of up to 6.5 picocoulombs per newton.
The average effect was around 2 picocoulombs per newton, similar to quartz.
The prototype can detect forces as small as 160 femtonewtons, about 10 trillion times less than a newton, the standard measure of force.
An object weighing 3.6 ounces is subject to a force of one newton from gravity.
How many Newtons or Mozarts were born in the favelas and could never develop their skills?
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First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
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