chargeless

chargeless

(ˈtʃɑːdʒlɪs)
adj
1. without charge; of no cost
2. chem (of particles) without an electrical charge
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Sublime's "Sneaker" is the world's first chargeless vape pen.
Though when you conduct your work in an echo-chamber where illegal land thefts, warrantless and chargeless detentions of civilians, and one Palestinian on average killed by the IDF every 3 days does not count as suffering, it's not surprising that Tlaib's statement has been so mangled.
They have achieved record-setting efficiency for the generation of neutrons - chargeless sub-atomic particles resulting from the fusion process.
For the latter case, a chargeless (e = 0) and a charged test particle are considered.
On the other hand, chargeless neutrons penetrate these heavy substances but bounce off lighter elements like hydrogen.
They occur in forms of superoxide anion ([O.sub.2.sup.-]), chargeless radicals, such as hydroxyl radical (OH) and reactive oxygen species such as hydrogen peroxide ([H.sub.2][O.sub.2]) and singlet oxygen ([sup.1][O.sub.2]).
No constrain is necessary about the energy T[delta]S to allow the change from bulk to boundary state, either configuration is allowed at zero energy cost; now one [V.sub.0] state is chargeless, whereas one boundary state is positively charged.
Here I will use Wittgenstein's logic to show that K.'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.
(However, as I write, even this basic assumption is being called into question.) As an initial thought experiment: Would it ever be possible to isolate a chargeless particle, such as a neutron, in such a way that its mass wouldn't be affected by acceleration?
"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.
Acid cleaning, however, carries with it the inherent risk of glass damage when monatomic hydrogen atoms ([H.sup.0]), which are chargeless and very small, permeate the steel from the jacket side.