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donde a(m)=137 para m=21. Alternativamente:
 
donde a(m)=137 para m=21. Alternativamente:
  
<center><math>V= A(m) \rho ^{1.5} </math> or <math>V=a\rho +b </math>,</center>
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<center><math>V= A(m) \rho ^{1.5} </math> o <math>V=a\rho +b </math>,</center>
  
 
where ''a, b'' are constants. Named for [[Special:MyLanguage/Albert F. Birch|Albert F. Birch]] (1903-1992), American geophysicist.
 
where ''a, b'' are constants. Named for [[Special:MyLanguage/Albert F. Birch|Albert F. Birch]] (1903-1992), American geophysicist.

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Warning: Display title "Dictionary:Birch&#x2019;s law" overrides earlier display title "Ley de Birch". Relaciones empíricas entre la densidad math> \rho </math> en g/cm3, la velocidad de la onda-P V en km/s y el número atómico medio m. Para las rocas no porosas,

donde a(m)=137 para m=21. Alternativamente:

o ,

where a, b are constants. Named for Albert F. Birch (1903-1992), American geophysicist.


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