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In the sum of all possible interactions that could happen during a particle scattering event, the mathematical term representing each interaction splits into two parts, much as the number 6 splits into 2 × 3.
HOW GRAVITY IS A DOUBLE COPY OF OTHER FORCESCHARLIE WOODMAY 4, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
She said she is making plans for friends to participate in the scattering of her daughter’s ashes.
BELOVED 17TH STREET FIGURE JEN NEWBAUER DIES AT 41LOU CHIBBARO JR.MARCH 15, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
He led me inside, into a hall with a scattering of young people, all of whom cheered as soon as they saw him.
FICTION: QUIET EARTH PHILOSOPHYKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Scattering wooden villages, each a line of hovels, appeared at long intervals.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
Scattering in various directions we ragged about until tea-time.
FROM SNOTTY TO SUBWOLSTAN BEAUMONT CHARLES WELD FORESTER
Scattering down side streets, alley-ways, behind lumber-piles, everywhere—anywhere.
FOES IN AMBUSHCHARLES KING
Scattering with wild cries of fear, they could be seen running for their lives toward the wood.
THE GIRL AVIATORS' MOTOR BUTTERFLYMARGARET BURNHAM
Scattering shots are heard all along and around our line—the trumpets of the cavalry ring out "To arms!"
CAMPAIGNING WITH CROOK AND STORIES OF ARMY LIFECHARLES KING
The Country back on each Side is wavering lands with Scattering pine.
THE JOURNALS OF LEWIS AND CLARKMERIWETHER LEWIS AND WILLIAM CLARK
Scattering replies place it under psychology, moral and political science, political economy, and anthropology.
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