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relating or subject to the special or the general theory of relativity

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The relativistic magnetron is the highest average power HPM device (1 GW peak, 6 kW average).
This background material forms the basis for understanding relativistic reference frames, the celestial mechanics of N-body systems, and high-precision astrometry, navigation, and geodesy, which are then treated in the following five chapters.
The International Centre for Relativistic Astrophysics Network (ICRANet) was founded in 2005 in Pescara, Italy (Constituent Agreement and the Charter were signed in 2003).
In this book, the authors provide a novel general relativistic theory of the internal constitution of liquid stars, using a mathematical formalism first introduced by Abraham Zelmanov for calculating physically observable quantities in a four-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian space, known as the theory of chronometric invariants.
Considering the developmental stages in late adolescence, formalistic or relativistic are two possible modes of thinking during that period (Kahlbaugh & Kramer, 1995; Kramer et al.
They found a variation of the quantum Hall effect that had been predicted to occur only when relativistic effects are important.
perpendicular to]] is the momentum perpendicular to the magnetic field, t is the time, m is the rest mass of the charged particle, [gamma]m is the relativistic mass of the charged particle, and q is the charge of the charged particle.
As the old moral and cultural ethos pitilessly wanes, it is steadily being replaced by ideological superstructures and relativistic methodologies that arbitrarily reconstruct human nature so as to be in sync with the Rousseauistic general will that tolerates no opposing viewpoint.
The existence of the phenomenon is demonstrated on the following levels: classical non-relativistic; classical relativistic; quantum non-relativistic (time independent and time dependent Schrodinger equations with intrinsic spin); quantum relativistic (Dirac equation); and in quantum electrodynamics.
McCall's central idea is that the physical world consists of not merely one relativistic space-time but a vast array of space-times, having, at any given time in any coordinate system, the structure of a tree.
Positions in the multiculturalism controversy are staked out by the answers to such questions, with those defending the "Eurocentric" tradition leaning toward an absolutist conception of objectivity, and those challenging the establishment leaning toward a more relativistic conception.
The use of high voltages to produce relativistic electron beams has had several profound consequences for HPM.
One of the manifestations of the mathematical dichotomy is that in the required extension of quantum mechanics to relativistic quantum field theory, one arrives at a mathematical formalism that has no solutions--because of infinities that automatically appear.
Subusequent chapters compare the geometrical and physical aspects of jet relativistic time-dependent Lagrange geometry to the classical time-dependent Lagrange geometry.
Objective: Understanding the properties of extreme phases of nuclear matter created in relativistic heavy ion collisions is one of the major challenges in theoretical physics.
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