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File:Gas particle movement.svg

English: Simple diagram of the movement of gas particles. 4 particles. No words. Plain SVG, converted to all paths to preserve shapes.
Date 23 November 2007
Source Plain SVG version of self-made Inkscape SVG image. Particle directions drawn to match en:Image:Gas-particles.jpg by en:User:Sadi Carnot
Author User:Closeapple
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Public domain. (Was GDFL 1.2 until 2008-02-01 to be on the safe side.)

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Although I believe this work is not worth copyrighting, I formerly licensed this work under the same license ( GDFL 1.2) as en:Image:Gas-particles.jpg by en:User:Sadi Carnot just to be safe, in case this image was considered a derivative work. However, this was inadvertently "GDFL with disclaimers", which causes problems described in en:Wikipedia:GFDL standardization.

Since en:Image:Gas-particles.jpg is now gone, and there is no reason to believe the particle movement in this image or Gas-particles.jpg had any creative meaning, I release this, my image file, into the public domain as of 2008-02-01:

Public domain I, the copyright holder of this work, release this work into the public domain. This applies worldwide.
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I grant anyone the right to use this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.

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