charged particle


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charged particle

(chärjd)
n.
A subatomic particle, such as a proton or electron, that has an electric charge, either positive or negative.
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It has been shown by several authors over decades that the center of charge and center of mass of charged particle are not one and the same but they are separated by a distance of the order of Compton wavelength of the particle.
Groves presents students, academics, and professionals working in a variety of contexts with an introductory text on the theoretical origins of the optics of charged particle beams.
If we were judging by the charged particle data alone, I would have thought we were outside the heliosphere," said Stamatios Krimigis, principal investigator of the low-energy charged particle instrument, based at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Md.
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Clearly and elegantly, Rohrlich describes the philosophy and logic of physical theory and a plan for the presentation of the classical theory of charged particles, a short history of that theory, foundations of classical mechanics, (including the equivalence of static coordination systems and the relativity of velocity, the relativity of acceleration and the basic problem of classical dynamics), the Maxwell-Lorentz field, electromagnetic radiation, the charged particle, generalizations, the relations of the classical Lorentz invariant charged-particle theory to other levels of theory, the theory's structure and place in physics, physically correct dynamics, the space-time of special relativity, and the space-time of general relativity.
Experience in charged particle irradiation of tumors of the skull base: 1977-1992.
TESCAN USA has recruited a core team of professionals with extensive experience in charged particle microscopy to support this new facility and its customers.
Spin of the nucleus interacting with the fast-moving (primary) charged particle orient itself in the plane perpendicular to the direction of the primary particle's momentum.
Sometimes, a charged particle collides with a neutral atom at the outskirts of the heliosphere and captures an electron from the neutral atom.
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