chargeless

chargeless

(ˈtʃɑːdʒlɪs)
adj
1. without charge; of no cost
2. chem (of particles) without an electrical charge
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On the other hand, chargeless neutrons penetrate these heavy substances but bounce off lighter elements like hydrogen.
chargeless radicals, such as hydroxyl radical (OH) and reactive oxygen species such as hydrogen peroxide ([H.
0] state is chargeless, whereas one boundary state is positively charged.
s chargeless arrest, quest for tautological innocence, contradiction-filled trial, and perplexingly expected death actually comprise a progression that is, at least according to one law--that of formal logic--wholly valid.
Fitness training should be backed by incorporating fielding skills too, or the team will be like Deccan Chargers who are now chargeless, slipping down the table," he said.
The graviton is theorized as a weightless, chargeless particle with a spin of two units, and the quantum assumption is that these particles are fermions and move independently.
0]), which are chargeless and very small, permeate the steel from the jacket side.
Neutrinos are chargeless elementary particles in the class of electrons believed to be so small that they may not have mass.
At a meeting of the American Geophysical Union last week in San Francisco, Chaincy Kuo of the University of California, Berkeley, and her colleagues presented their scheme for "neutrino tomography," a technique that relies on gauging how readily these chargeless particles with little or no mass pass through Earth.
Such excitations, rarely studied, are unique since they are chargeless but may carry energy.
it corresponds to a chargeless particle; of course the related electric force is null, i.