Bob - Science and Technology and Engineering

Science and Technology and Engineering

  • Bob (physics), the weight at the end of a pendulum
  • Alice and Bob, placeholder characters in cryptography and physics problems
  • Breakout box, a piece of electronics equipment used to split components or individual leads in a connector
  • Hurricane Bob, first major hurricane of the 1991 Atlantic hurricane season

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