bare value

bare value

[¦ber ′val·yü]
(quantum mechanics)
The value which some physical property of a particle, such as its mass or charge, is supposed to have in the absence of any interactions with fields.
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Marksbury's win had a significance beyond its bare value for Eustace, who said: "I'm delighted for his owner Michael Wyatt, as he's been such a loyal supporter for so long and I can't remember the last time I trained a winner for him.
Equipped farm prices surged by 15%, compared with their 14% fall in value in 2009, while bare values shot up by 12% following a 2% decrease the year before.