In article <9003062257.AA25627 at genbank.bio.net>, YABLONSKY at BIOVAX.RUTGERS.EDU (Department of Molecular Karma) writes:
>Not to be morose, but has anyone noticed that running CSCL
>gradients in SW40 rotors at 40,000 RPM means that the
>rotor is moving at "666" RPM/second?????
Actually, RPM/second is a unit of acceleration, not of velocity.
The rotor would be moving at 666 RPS (revs per second).
And of course, one should really round up to 667 anyway.
Not that I deny the basic point. :->
Mark Routbort U of C vassal
routbort at wystan.bsd.uchicago.edu