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		  ACME PHYSICS SUPPLY SHOPPE
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Frictionless Surfaces                       only $4.95 per square meter!

Inextensible Massless Rope                  only $1.99 per meter!

Point Masses                                only $1.39 per kilogram!

Massless, Zero-Volume Paint                    
   --Perfect for labeling those                *** SOLD OUT ***
     pesky electrons so you can
     keep them straight!

Frictionless Pulleys                        only $2.00 ea.

Massless Pulleys                            only $4.49 ea.

Frictionless, Massless Pulleys              regularly $10.00, now only
						 $7.49 !

Ideal Springs                                 $.75 and up

Ideal Gas
	-monatomic                          $5.00 per liter *
	-diatomic                           $7.50 per liter *
	-triatomic                          $10.00 per liter *

* plus deposit on container. All gases delivered at STP.

Magnetic Monopoles                          $1.25 ea.
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     Thousands of Possibilities!
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Perfect Voltmeter                           only $99.99

Perfect Ammeter                             only $159.99

Special Sale:
	Buy Ammeter, get Voltmeter for half price!

700 W Perfect Refrigerator                  only $899.99

Zero-Resistance Wire
	--Various guages available, inquire as to price and/or availability



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