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svedberg

(ˈsvɛdbɜːɡ)
n
(Units) a unit used in physics
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Sved•berg

(ˈsvɛd bərg, -ˌbær yə, ˈsfɛd-)

n.
The(odor), 1884–1971, Swedish chemist.
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