kinetic

[ ki-net-ik, kahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF kinetic

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The kinetic theory of gas is an assertion of ultimate chaos.

Kinetic atoms led only to motion; never to direction or progress.

Do you mean that that little thing is converting heat to kinetic energy?

As the most vital fact of modern life it is a kinetic force.

I still remember that the spinning of a top is a case of Kinetic Stability.

How does doubling or trebling the speed of an object affect its kinetic energy?

Part or all of their kinetic energy is thus converted into heat.

With all the enthusiasm and energy of his kinetic personality, he went 37 about laying the foundations for the new society.

It ceases to be kinetic or active and becomes potential energy.

Little by little it was losing its excess of kinetic energy.

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