multiparticle

multiparticle

(ˌmʌltɪˈpɑːtɪkəl)
adj
comprising or involving several particles
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Interdisciplinary research extends from the analysis of entanglement in multiparticle systems to quantum chemistry, astronomy and precision metrology.
Tuchin, "Multiparticle production and thermalization in high-energy QCD," Physical Review C: Nuclear Physics, vol.
Thomas, "Asymptotic behaviour of eigenfunctions for multiparticle Schrodinger operators," Communications in Mathematical Physics, vol.
The single particle model [5-7] and multiparticle model [8,9] have been widely used to analyze the mechanical behaviors of polymer composites.
(123) Gas density under all interstellar conditions is so low that multiparticle gas-phase reactions are unlikely.
Penczek, "Exploring conformational modes of macromolecular assemblies by multiparticle cryoEM," Current Opinion in Structural Biology, vol.
"As the atoms jumped around, they Interacted and established a state of entanglement," wrote Andrew Grant in "Multiparticle entanglement quantified" (SN: 1/9/16, p.
Simulation of multiparticle suspensions in a quasi two dimensional symmetric stenotic artery with Lattice Boltzmann method.
Gustafson, "A generalized multiparticle mie-solution: Further experimental verification," Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol.
Multiparticle excitations and identical bands in the superdeformed Gd-149 nucleus.
The brittleness on the dry side of optimum is mainly due to the flocculated clay structure (aggregates of particles) making it difficult for multiparticle assemblages to slide past each other and also due to the relatively low amount of water (discontinuous water phase) available for lubrication.