closed shell

closed shell

[¦klōzd ′shel]
(physics)
An atomic or nuclear shell containing the maximum number of electrons or nucleons allowed by the Pauli exclusion principle.
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Tenders are invited for Closed Shell Nitrile Thermal Insulation Tubing Fire Resistant Confirming To Ul-94,Size:7/8 Id X 1/4 Inch Thickness Having Good Chemical Resistance.
The initial configuration relies on a closed shell and results in max vertical displacement of 2043 [micro]m.
On the other hand, if the proton's core contains several closed shells having a similar energy and a similar radial distribution, then before the screening contribution of the uppermost closed shell fades away another shell is expected to enter the dynamics.
Shell length (SL, mm, maximum distance of the anterior-posterior axis of the shell), shell height (SH, mm, distance of the dorsalventral axis) shell width (SW, mm, maximum distance between the closed shell valves), foot length (FL, mm, distance between the shell margin and the base of the muscul-pedal region of the foot), and total (TW, g), shell (SWt, g), tissue wet (WF1Wt, g), and dry weights (DF1Wt, g) were measured.
If you find a closed shell in the package, send it to the company along with a proof of purchase and they'll send you a free box.
And, to be able to whip around a closed shell and pry into a molluscs hinge, twist the top shell free, detach and scoop, one really needs an oyster knife with its thick blade and hand guard.
b] spectra, obtained by excitation of an electron belonging to the outermost closed shell, have been studied by BEUTLER in a series of important works ([2]).
4], a doubly hydrogen bridged ground state closed shell singlet structure with [D.
There has been considerable recent experimental interest in van der Waals complexes formed between open and closed shell diatoms.
Made up of protein building blocks, this tightly closed shell usually has a geometric structure.
As a guide, the market will be divided into 2 separate lots o Lot 1: closed shell cover, finishing, HVAC, strong currents and low voltage electricity, sanitary, fire, signs, external access roads, car parks.
With hard-shell clams, oysters, or mussels, a tightly closed shell is the best indication.