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Recoil atom

recoil atom

The remainder of an atom from which a nuclear particle has been emitted or ejected at high velocity; the remainder recoils with a velocity inversely proportional to its mass.


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The Fiber Disease

... by Newton's third law (which Maxwell neglected because at the time the atom was regarded as just a blob with no internal structure) the positively ... conjugated atomic nuclei have equal energy, highly damped transverse recoil waves created in them. Further, these "nuclei-recoil" waves ...

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by Nadas Moksha
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