Macmillan Dictionary of Physics by M. P. Lord (auth.)

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The electron beam is contained in a torusshaped evacuated chamber which is held between the pole pieces of a ring-shaped magnet The magnetic field is arranged to increase as the energy of the electrons increases, so that the electrons follow a fixed orbit. The electron momentum is proportional to the magnitude of the magnetic field. The upper limit of energy attainable is about 500 million electrovolts and is set by radiation losses of the electrons. The instrument is used in nuclear physics research, RADIOGRAPHY and RADIOTHERAPY.

See TRANSISTOR Sun's. A tentative explanation of the X ray emission is that the presumed black hole is biprism. See FRESNEL BIPRISM. continually attracting matter from the birefringence. Another name for DOUBLE supergiant. In the complex process of entering the black hole, this matter would REFRACTION. be compressed and its temperature raised to high values, resulting in the emission of bisector. A line or plane dividing an the observed X rays. Behaviour within a angle, line, solid etc. into two equal black hole is governed by the theory of parts.

For example the atomicity of sulphur dioxide is 3. atomic mass unit. See UNIFIED ATOMIC UNIT. MASS atomic nucleus. Another NUCLEUS. name for atomic number. Symbol Z. The number of protons in the nucleus of a given atom. The atomic number is also the number of electrons in the atom and so determines the chemical properties. atomic orbital. An allowed WAVE FUNCTION of an electron in an atom, obtained by a solution of SCHR6DINGER'S WAVE EQUATION. The square of the modulus of the wave function at a particular point is proportional to the probability of finding an electron at that point.

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