[ UK /ɐtˈɒmɪk/ ]
[ US /əˈtɑmɪk/ ]
[ US /əˈtɑmɪk/ ]
(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy
- immeasurably small
of or relating to or comprising atoms
How To Use atomic In A Sentence
- That Constellation would not sign a power purchase agreement for its own reactor is a stunning admission that atomic energy cannot compete with natural gas or renewables. Harvey Wasserman: Nuke "Renaissance" Leaps off Calvert Cliffs
- The waste from a defunct reactor is full of plutonium, a highly toxic metal used as the explosive in atomic bombs.
- What is the key difference between your various structures, in how various tetratomic molecules have different shape?
- By holding the mobile to your ear, the death-dealing atomic waves penetrated your skull and a cancer was formed.
- The strong force is the one that is dominant in the atomic nucleus, acting between the quarks inside the proton and the neutron.
- Mercury is thermally desorbed from solid samples, trapped on an in-line gold trap, and subsequently determined by cold-vapour atomic absorption spectrometry.
- What is the difference between a hydrogen bomb and an atomic bomb? Times, Sunday Times
- Iin this case it uses the atomic unit of digital life - a single screen of data on a Palm, a little brick of reality we spend so much time staring at all day long.
- The fact that other reports of excess heat do not produce these hydrides and can evolve over days or weeks suggests the opposite condition of starvation where oscillation is delayed and slow but still occurs over time as the atomic gas slowly accumulates the velocities needed to exchange time dilation for energy. Will 2010 be the Year of Zero Point Energy?
- Ideas and facts emerging from studies of the subatomic world change our picture of the macrocosms.