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an unstable exotic atom bound state consisting of an electron and its anti-particle, a positron. The orbit and energy levels of the two constituent leptons are analogous to, but si…
solid materials that contain interconnected pores allowing fluids to pass through.
To be used for astrophysical jets -- collimated, relativistic outflows often due to accretion onto compact objects.
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if you have the bragging rights.
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The average length that a molecule will travel in a fluid before colliding with another molecule.
A set of theories that attempt to take the basics of general relativity, and extned it in such a way that it solves various problems. This applies to Milgrom's MOND proposal, but also includes such o…
equalities involving the mixed second partial derivatives of thermodynamic potentials.
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Heavy ion collisions involve large atomic nuclei, and are run at modern particle accelerators like RHIC and the LHC.
a measure of how much of an object is made of elements besides hydrogen and helium.
In fluid dynamics, potential flow describes the velocity field as the gradient of a scalar function: the velocity potential.
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