A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... nucleus could be thought of as a wave , with a wavelength that depended on its velocity . For certain orbits , the length of the orbit would correspond to a whole number ( as opposed to a fractional number ) of wavelengths of the ...
... nucleus causes the electrons to orbit the nucleus of the atom , just as gravitational attraction causes the earth to orbit the sun . The electro- magnetic attraction is pictured as being caused by the exchange of large numbers of ...
... nuclei collide and coalesce to form a single , heavier nucleus . Nucleus : The central part of an atom , consisting only of protons and neutrons , held together by the strong force . Particle accelerator : A machine that , using ...
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