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    Hi everyone!

    I'm translating a text about physics and I came across this noun phrase: "PSI Physics" (it's a quiz regarding conservation of energy.)

    Might it be pounds per square inch?

    Thanks!

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    Yes. It makes sense and it is the right abbreviation.

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    Thanks, Helenwar!

    Anyway, now I'm thinking it might have something to do with a book I found on the Internet, which is called PSI Physics, since this noun phrase comes after the title of many Physic Quizzes. It can be some kind of reference, right?

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    It is difficult to say without having the complete paragraph. Sorry...

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