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Synonyms for eV

a unit of energy equal to the work done by an electron accelerated through a potential difference of 1 volt

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Positron spectroscopy uses a variable monoenergy positron beam (from the electronvolts range to several kiloelectronvolts) (27) coupled with PAL and momentum density measurements was presented recently, and it is capable of probing free volume profiles from the surface, through the interfaces, and to the bulk.
The SE mode is the most important because these electrons can be collected easily using a positively biased collector grid placed on one side of the specimen due to the low exit energy of a few electronvolts.
That should result in an operating proton beam energy of 14 trillion electronvolts, or teraelectronvolts - another great leap in capability.
The alliance projects to roll out application modules of these wide bandgap semiconductors, whose electronic band gaps are larger than one or two electronvolts (eV).
0 teraelectronvolts or trillion electronvolts in its bid to replicate the big bang
Gillow's team, funded by the Department of Energy Office of Science, uses "soft" X-rays (up to 800 electronvolts, a relatively small amount of energy) to study the chemical structure of organic compounds.
By the time the particles had reached energies of about 20,000,000 electronvolts (20 MeV), however, they had gained so much mass, in line with special relativity (see 1905), that they were curving less sharply and their circlings within the instrument fell out of phase with the periodic alternations of the magnetic field.
In studies reported November 2 at the 2009 Fermi Symposium, VERITAS observed gamma rays ranging from 700 billion to several trillion electronvolts from the galaxy M82, about 12 million light-years from Earth.
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