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  • noun

Synonyms for electron

an elementary particle with negative charge

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As announced in the Prior Press Release, Tokyo Electron agreed with Applied Materials to implement the Business Combination and executed a business combination agreement (the Business Combination Agreement ) on September 24, 2013.
If a photon strikes an electron in a semiconductor with more than the threshold amount of oomph, called the material's band-gap energy, the electron breaks loose.
We have fairly slow electron transfer from the bacteria into the electrode.
where v/c is the electron velocity expressed in fractions of the speed of light.
The microscopy work on the fixed infected cells was performed at the Electron Microscopy Unit, National University of Singapore.
The SEM images were obtained with an efficient backscattered electron detector (10-15 KV primary electrons).
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C] can go through the magnetic plug field and reach the electron detector.
Electron microscopic diagnosis is uniquely suited for rapid identification of infectious agents.
In particular, electrons are strongly repelled by any nearby electrons.
Researchers have used various catalysts and electron shuttles to improve cathode performance, but they tend to be expensive or toxic.
The experiment uses an electromagnetic spectrometer in combination with two large-area segmented silicon detectors to detect the proton and electron from the decay in coincidence, with 4[pi] acceptance for both particles.