exclusion principle

NOUN
  1. no two electrons or protons or neutrons in a given system can be in states characterized by the same set of quantum numbers
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How To Use exclusion principle In A Sentence

  • Meanwhile, in accordance with the principle of honesty and fairness, the doctrine of prosecution history estoppels and plea known technology shall be taken as the exclusion principle.
  • In addition to electrons, the Pauli exclusion principle applies to all sub-atomic particles with half-integral spins, known as fermions, such as neutrons and protons.
  • Given the inapplicability of the exclusion principle, there is no economic incentive for private enterprises to supply lighthouses.
  • In this article, accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) applications in searching for violation of Pauli exclusion principle and study on supernovae are discussed as examples.
  • The exclusion principle would then block the possibility of any transitions to them from the positive energy states.
  • Meanwhile, in accordance with the principle of honesty and fairness, the doctrine of prosecution history estoppels and plea known technology shall be taken as the exclusion principle.
  • Meanwhile, in accordance with the principle of honesty and fairness, the doctrine of prosecution history estoppels and plea known technology shall be taken as the exclusion principle.
  • The Pauli exclusion principle does not apply, however, to particles with integral spin, known as bosons, such as photons.
  • Ewuare, ruler of Benin exchequer, England exclusionism exclusion principle Subject Index Page 25
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