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View definitions for subatomic

subatomic

adjective as in molecular

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Additional ingredients of this vast cosmos ultimately consist of a handful of subatomic particles, or more precisely, quantum fields responsible for those particles.

The subatomic randomness that gives those precious substances their powerful effects are difficult to model with conventional computers, which consist of simple on-off switches known as bits.

From Fortune

Those messengers from the cosmic explosion, lightweight subatomic particles called neutrinos, revealed a wealth of new information about supernovas.

Global teams, each with between dozens and thousands of scientists, are leading today’s most cutting-edge research — whether on subatomic particles or gene editing.

From Ozy

If the new tests and the predictions both seem accurate, then the mismatch might point to some new subatomic particle.

Turns out Williamsburg is not the best place to learn about subatomic particles.

Well, today physicists peering into the infinitely small realms of subatomic particles find reaffirmations of religious faith.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subatomic, such as: atomic, infinitesimal, little, and minute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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