electromagnetic interaction

NOUN
  1. an interaction between charged elementary particles that is intermediate in strength between the strong and weak interactions; mediated by photons
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How To Use electromagnetic interaction In A Sentence

  • Is the theoretical basis for electromagnetic interaction.
  • Thus, the higher the energy of the incoming particles, the stronger the electromagnetic interaction it feels.
  • Is the theoretical basis for electromagnetic interaction.
  • They are the electromagnetic interaction, the weak interaction and the strong interaction.
  • Other, more subtle differences show up in the symmetry properties of weak and electromagnetic interactions.
  • The importance of the constant is that it measures the strength of the electromagnetic interaction.
  • In our modern understanding, strangeness is conserved during the strong and the electromagnetic interactions, but not during the weak interactions.
  • This paper aims at probing into the essence of the gravitation and presents a viewpoint that the essence of the gravitation is the electromagnetic interaction.
  • But even in the 1950s there was one apparent similarity between weak and electromagnetic interactions.
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