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a vast field of research at the interfaces between physics, chemistry and biology. It consists in the study of the physical properties of composite objects described by a characteristic…
a hypothetical form of radioactive decay in which the proton decays into lighter subatomic particles. There is currently no experimental evidence that proton decay.
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For questions about epistemology in the context of physics - what knowledge is, and how we arrive at it.
A repulsive force that exists in quantum mechanics between identical fermions due to the Pauli exclusion principle.
if a more descriptive tag applies.
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a global satellite navigation system created and maintained by the United States. The Galileo project is a European Union global satellite navigation system serving th…
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the study of quantum effects on small cavities, manifested in variations in the lifetimes of unstable energy levels
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an electrical appliance using the principles of a motor.
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A theory of interacting fields of arbitrary spin. Generalizes Yang-Mills as a theory of spin-one, gravity as a theory of spin-two to fields of any spin.