Tide-Producing Force

Science / Tides and Currents / Tide-Producing Force: That part of the gravitational attraction of the Moon and Sun which is effective in producing the tides on the Earth. The force varies approximately as the mass of the attracting body and inversely as the cube of its distance. The tide-producing force exerted by the Sun is a little less than one-half as great as that of the Moon. A mathematical development of the vertical and horizontal components of the tide-producing forces of the Moon and Sun will be found in Coast and Geodetic Survey Special Publication No. 98.
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Force Noun Synonyms: troops, soldiers, army
Force Adjective Synonyms: power, might, energy, strength, potency, vigor, intensity, violence, impact, dynamism, pressure
Force Verb Synonyms: exact, extort, extract, wrest, wring, drag

Life Insurance In Force

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Labor Force

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London Force

Science / Chemistry / London Force: An intermolecular attractive force that arises from a cooperative oscillation of electron clouds on a collection of molecules at close range. MORE