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Which of the following scientific terms are named after a French scientist? A. larynx B. polio C. amp D. quartz
C. amp is short for ampere, named after André-Marie Ampère, a French physicist and mathematician.
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C. amp is short for ampere, named after André-Marie Ampère, a French physicist and mathematician.
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