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A section of FIONA then uses crossed electric and magnetic fields to select the heavy elements by mass number before they are implanted into a sensitive silicon-based detector array that can measure the energy, position and timing of the decay of radioactive atoms.
The present system of education is designed to kill creativity and produce mass numbers of 'educated' who are desperately trying and vying for every job in sight with the result that organisations are full of disengaged misfits whose commitment and contribution is mediocre at best.
Invoking the names of famous people, who function as universal shorthand for various character traits and fragments of cultural narrative, provides a similarly direct route to mass numbers of brains.
Isotope: Any of the several different forms of a chemical element that differ in their atomic mass (mass number); isotopes of an element possess the same number of protons in their nuclei but different numbers of neutrons and therefore differ in their mass numbers, which reflect the total number of protons plus neutrons.
It is not a retail operation because it is not geared for those mass numbers and specific product lines," said Fenton.
Forgo mass numbers of customers for mass appeal among a smaller, select group.
The 83 year old Nazi guard was part of a program at the infamous Trawniki slave labor camp in Poland during World War II, where Poles like him were trained to exterminate mass numbers of Jews by operating gas chambers.
Other images that are painted in mass numbers are birds, trees, buildings and even strands of wheat.
The White House Project is dedicated to getting women in leadership positions in every sector of political society and we need to have mass numbers of women running for office to make a dent in the lack of women that hold public office, " Wilson said.
If you're going to impact things, you've got to do it in mass numbers, and that means designing a car that the most number of people will accept.
In the wake of 9/11, and more recently, Hurricane Katrina, the federal government has made it a top national-security priority to ensure the country's healthcare system has the capacity to provide medical care to mass numbers of sick or injured Americans in the aftermath of a major regional or national catastrophe.
Since objective test items only, are used in standardized tests, machine scoring is possible of mass numbers of tests.