Definitions for "Scientific law"
A summary of experimental data; often expressed in the form of a mathematical equation.
a concise statement that summarizes the results of a broad variety of observations and experiments.
1. A natural phenomenon that has been proven to occur invariably whenever certain conditions are met. 2. A formal statement describing such a phenomenon and the conditions under which it occurs. Also called law.
Description of what scientists find happening in nature repeatedly in the same way, without known exception. See first law of thermodynamics, law of conservation of matter, second law of thermodynamics. Compare scientific data, scientific hypothesis, scientific methods, scientific model, scientific theory.
a description of what we find happening in nature over and over in the same way, without known exception
a theory that has been extensively and thoroughly confirmed