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atomicity

[‚ad·ə′mis·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
The number of atoms in a molecule of a compound.
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Shamsi, "Ibn Sina's Argument against Atomicity of Space/Time" in Islamic Studies, 23 (1984), 83-102.
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