Definition of Milligals

1. milligal [n] - See also: milligal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milligals

millidegree
millidegrees
millielectronvolt
millielectronvolts
millieme
milliemes
milliequivalent
milliequivalents
millier
milliers
millies
millifarad
millifarads
millifold
milligal
milligals (current term)
milligrade
milligram
milligram hour
milligramage
milligramme
milligrammes
milligrams
milligray
milligrays
millihelen
millihenries
millihenry
millihenrys
millihertz

Literary usage of Milligals

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1. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America by Seismological Society of America (1914)
"... but that the acceleration-value reduced from measurement for all these shocks, but four, equalled or exceeded 1000 milligals, the postulated minimum. ..."

2. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America by Seismological Society of America (1913)
"As the least acceleration we will take and as the greatest = 20 cm/sec2 = 20000 milligals, i = 200 cm/sec2 = 200000 milligals. ..."

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