hydrogen-like atom

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hydrogen-like atom

[′hī·drə·jən ‚līk ‚ad·əm]
(atomic physics)
An atom from which all the electrons except one have been removed.
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Minister of Petroleum Tarek El Molla and Chairperson of Technip Marco Villa, an Italian project management and construction company, looked into the expansions of the Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) and the project to establish a new complex for fuel oil hydrogenic cracking in the Assiut petroleum refinery, according to a report issued by the Ministry of Petroleum on Tuesday.
Although the treatment of the hydrogen atom, or a hydrogenic atom with one electron or the Kepler problem or the central-field problem as alternative descriptions, with Schroedinger's equation temporally dependent or independent in spherical polar coordinates is much discussed elsewhere, a principal objective here is to emphasize the particular quantitative aspects of this system of coordinates for comparison with the results in other systems in succeeding parts of this series.
2] is causing the global warming, which has become one of the very serious environment problems [1], Besides improving the usage efficiency of energy and applying renewable energy (such as wind energy, hydrogenic energy), the capture and separation of C[O.
Citing the example of butter, where according to FSSAI standards the product must have 82 per cent dairy fat, salt and water, he claims most brands substitute dairy fat with high levels of hydrogenic fat to produce low-fat butter.
In the low energy limit the Hydrogenic states are stationary but the overlap drives the transition to higher photon levels.
To introduce other possibilities for the development of a novel retrofilling material, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the solubility, hydrogenic potential, electrical conductivity, and radiopacity of pozzolan PC in comparison to those characteristics of ProRoot MTA and MTA BIO.
Height to 90 days (H90), stem diameter at 90 days (D 90), ease of removal of seedlings from tubes (FRT), the substrate root aggregation (AG), at 90 days (D 90), ease of removal of seedlings from tubes (FRT), the substrate root aggregation (AG), macro-porosity (Macro), micro-porosity (Micro), easily available water (AFD), hydrogenic potential (pH), electrical conductivity (CE), total content of salts available (TTSS) and organic matter (M0).
Quality measures commonly used to characterize radishes include weight loss, total acidity, hydrogenic potential, soluble solids and firmness.
River valleys are filled with hydrogenic soils (Kwiatkowski 1994).
The supersymmetric Dirac equation; the application to hydrogenic atoms.