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- Pressure of some planetary Atmospheres at heights from the surface.
- Stellar density in a Galaxy at distances from its Galactic Center.
For example, a planet's atmosphere might fall
by a factor of Equation forms associated with scale height: A = A (The first two are forms of the solution to the differential equation.) - z - the height.
- H - the scale height.
- A - the quantity, a function of z for which H applies (e.g., pressure).
- A
_{0}- the value of A when z = 0.
science)Referenced by:
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