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  • coulombic — adjective electric …   Wiktionary

  • coulombic — cou·lom·bic …   English syllables

  • coulombic — (ˈ)kü¦läm(b)ik, kə¦l , lōm adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary coulomb + ic : of or relating to electrostatic coulomb forces …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coulombic integral — kuloninis integralas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Coulomb integral; Coulombic integral vok. Coulomb Integral, n rus. кулонов интеграл, m pranc. intégrale coulombienne, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • coulombic potential — Kulono potencialas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Coulomb potential; coulombic potential vok. Coulomb Potential, n; Coulombsches Potential, n rus. кулоновский потенциал, m pranc. potentiel coulombien, m; potentiel électrostatique de… …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • coulombic force — a force between charged particles, such as ions …   Mechanics glossary

  • radioactivity — /ray dee oh ak tiv i tee/, n. Physics, Chem. the phenomenon, exhibited by and being a property of certain elements, of spontaneously emitting radiation resulting from changes in the nuclei of atoms of the element. Also called activity. [1895… …   Universalium

  • Rutherford scattering — In physics, Rutherford scattering is a phenomenon that was explained by Ernest Rutherford in 1911,[1] and led to the development of the Rutherford model (planetary model) of the atom, and eventually to the Bohr model. It is now exploited by the… …   Wikipedia

  • Quarkonium — In particle physics, quarkonium (pl. quarkonia) designates a flavorless meson whose constituents are a quark and its own antiquark. Examples of quarkonia are the J/ψ meson (an example of charmonium, cc) and the ϒ meson (bottomonium, bb). Because… …   Wikipedia

  • Molecular Hamiltonian — In atomic, molecular, and optical physics as well as in quantum chemistry, molecular Hamiltonian is the name given to the Hamiltonian representing the energy of the electrons and nuclei in a molecule. This Hermitian operator and the associated… …   Wikipedia

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