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'Braking radiation' emitted from a charged particle as it interacts with other charges
Geometric representation of a quantum mechanical two-state system
Scientist known for elucidating his namesake 'zones' -- crystal cells in reciprocal space
Technique in which the nucleus of an atom is treated as stationary due to its large size in comparison to the electrons
Force-carrying particle characterized by integer spin values
Radioactive process that can emit either an electron or a positron (and a neutrino!)
Interaction acting in the opposite direction of an object's weight which is directly proportional to the amount of fluid it displaces
Tiny unit of area used in measuring cross-sections of scattering processes
Electromagnetic waves emitted by an object that absorbs all wavelengths of incident light
As the pressure of the gas increases, the volume of the gas decreases
A model of superconductivity which uses the condensing of electrons into Cooper pairs
The process in which a magnet exhibits 'noise' when its magnetization is changed
A solid object produces the same diffraction pattern as an open slit of the same shape and size
Scientist with a namesake principle governing conservation of energy in fluids
No theory involving local hidden variables can reproduce the laws of quantum mechanics
Highly energetic active galactic nucleus; thought to be a quasar viewed at a direct angle
Special case of the Doppler effect in which light experiences a shortening of wavelengths due to objects moving closer together
Scientist famous for his early model of the atom in which electrons 'orbited' the nucleus at fixed energy levels
Unit measuring radioactivity that is equal to one decay per second
The random motion of particles suspended in a fluid
Cylindrically symmetric functions that can arise as the solution to problems involving heat conduction, 2D vibrations and optics
Particles that are composed of exactly three quarks; includes protons and neutrons
An astronomical object so massive and condensed that light cannot escape
'The whole universe was in a hot dense state...'
The path of least descent an object takes while falling under the effect of gravity; it takes the form of a cycloid
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