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Posted by Net Searcher on October 27, 2000 02:14:15 UTC

I have been extremely curious about a term relating directly to black holes...I would like to know the scientific term. As you most likely know...black holes are not infinite...and as they break down into its original molecular form and is what some call ionized... what is this process or state called?
thankyou
Net Searcher
Salem,MA

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