nuclear physics

  1. the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei
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How To Use nuclear physics In A Sentence

  • It's a subject whose passion for diagrams and abbreviations and formulae can give nuclear physics a run for its money.
  • Nuclear physics is a closed book to most of us.
  • We cannot object to the construction of bigger and bigger thermonuclear power stations or research into nuclear physics, since energetics is one of the bases of our civilization. Andrei Sakharov - Nobel Lecture
  • This synthesis of nuclear physics and stellar astronomy has led us to four significant conclusions.
  • The temperature changes in turn modify the reactivity through different nuclear physics processes, which has a well defined influence on the number of neutrons ready to induce fission.
  • In the 1930s for example, the shift from radioactivity to nuclear physics required changes in instrumentation and the material culture of the institute. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • If the laws of electromagnetism and nuclear physics were only slightly different, chemistry and biology would be impossible.
  • Does your interest in nuclear physics extend to nuclear weaponry?
  • Nuclear physics has been untouched by advances in knitting. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nuclear physics is a closed book to most of us.
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