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|non-commutative-geometry× 12||design× 12||dirac-monopole× 12||
A repulsive force that exists in quantum mechanics between identical fermions due to the Pauli exclusion principle.
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…
one of the four known fundamental forces of nature and the one responsible for beta-decay radioactivity. The weak interaction is very short-ranged and more weakly coupled than either the strong nuclea…
|sigma-models× 11||sports× 11||scale-invariance× 11||runge-lenz-vector× 11|
solid materials that contain interconnected pores allowing fluids to pass through.
|three-body-problem× 11||trace× 11||asymptotics× 11|
|baryogenesis× 11||boundary-terms× 11||category-theory× 11||
||food× 11||disorder× 11||earthquake× 11|
elementary fermions that do not experience the strong interaction: electrons, muons, tauons, and neutrinos.
|gravitational-collapse× 11||plasmon× 10|
an electrical appliance using the principles of a motor.
if you have the bragging rights.
|algebraic-geometry× 10||radar× 10||rigid-solid× 10|