Eve's constant

Eve's constant

[′ēvz ¦kän·stənt]
(nucleonics)
A measure of a substance's intensity of radioactivity, equal to the number of ions produced per cubic centimeter per second in air by 1 gram of the substance at a distance of 1 centimeter.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In an attempt to learn more about the woman her daughter is dating, Eve's constant questioning only raises suspicion, leading to a heated showdown with Amber.
Science and Technology: ARCHIMEDES' PRINCIPLE/SCREW, BISHOP'S RING, COULOMB'S LAW, EINSTEIN'S PHOTOELECTRIC EQUATION, EVE'S CONSTANT, GAUSE'S PRINCIPLE, GOLDBEATER'S SKIN, GOLDSCHMIDT'S PROCESS, HALLEY'S METHOD, HENRY'S LAW, HEISENBERG'S PRINCIPLE, HUBBLE'S CONSTANT, HUYGHENS' PRINCIPLE, KELVIN'S LAW, KIRCHOFF'S LAW, MAXWELL'S DEMON, NEWTON'S DISC, NEWTON'S LAW OF COOLING/MOTION, OLDHAM'S COUPLING, PASCHEN'S LAW, SCHRODINGER'S CAT/WAVE EQUATION, WALLACE'S LINE, WEBER'S LINE, ZOLLNER'S LINES (optical illusion)