[Physics] Mnemonics for remembering physical data

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Anyone have good mnemonics for remembering standard packets of data in physics?
Any field within physics would be welcomed. Examples of such "packets":

  • data in the standard model of particle physics

  • charges/masses of common subatomic particles and light atoms

  • cosmological data — numbers, masses, luminosities
    (I recall "Oh Be A Fine Girl/Guy Kiss Me Right Now Smack" for star types)

  • thermodynamics

  • material properties
    (I note also Mnemonics to remember various properties of materials)

Best Answer

well everyone at least knows a mnemonic for the planets in the solar system. "My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planetary_mnemonic

also to remember where the minus sign goes in $\sigma_2$ of the Pauli Matrices I learned:

"the minus i rides high on the sigma y"

edit:

also found this list of some mnemonics

http://members.chello.nl/r.kuijt/index-physics.htm

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