# Revision history of "Giancoli Physics (5th ed) Chapter 27"

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• (cur | prev) 11:18, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,869 bytes) (+5). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:18, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,864 bytes) (+38). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:17, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,826 bytes) (+1). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:15, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,825 bytes) (+163). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:14, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,662 bytes) (+1). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:14, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,661 bytes) (+2). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:14, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,659 bytes) (+35). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:13, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,624 bytes) (+140). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:10, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,484 bytes) (+6). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:10, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,478 bytes) (+5). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:09, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,473 bytes) (+2). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
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• (cur | prev) 11:06, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,364 bytes) (+4). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:05, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,360 bytes) (+6). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:04, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,354 bytes) (+218). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
• (cur | prev) 11:02, 9 March 2010Cmurray (talk | contribs). . (9,136 bytes) (+152). . (72. A beam of red laser light (wavelength = 633 nm) hits a black wall and is fully absorbed. If this exerts a total force of F = 5.5 nN, how many photons per second are hitting the wall?)
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