CM - Science

Science

  • Center of mass, the point at which an object's mass seems to be concentrated
  • Centimetre a unit of length equal to one hundredth of a metre
  • Centimorgan, a unit of recombinant frequency for measuring genetic linkage
  • Cervical mucus, a substance which plugs the opening of the cervix, changes in whose composition may affect conception
  • Chiari malformation, a narrowing of the skull which puts pressure on the cerebellum and interferes with normal cerebrospinal fluid flow
  • Circular mil, a unit of area equal to the area of a circle with a diameter of one mil
  • Coulomb-metre, SI unit of electrical dipole moment (symbol Cm)
  • Contingency management, a type of treatment where patients are rewarded (or, less often, punished) for their behavior
  • Contrast Medium, substances used to enhance contrast in X-Ray imaging (e.g., CT, MRI)
  • Curium, a synthetic chemical element with the symbol "Cm" and atomic number 96
  • Crystal Meth, methamphetamine

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Famous quotes containing the word science:

    The science of constructing a commonwealth, or renovating it, or reforming it, is, like every other experimental science, not to be taught a priori. Nor is it a short experience that can instruct us in that practical science, because the real effects of moral causes are not always immediate.
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    After science comes sentiment.
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