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macroscopic

1. large enough to be visible to the naked eye
2. Physics capable of being described by the statistical properties of a large number of parts

macroscopic

[¦mak·rə¦skäp·ik]
(science and technology)
Large enough to be observed by the naked eye.

macroscopic

Visible to the unaided eye.
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Quantum mechanics allows superposition states of large, macroscopic objects.
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A significant trend of increasing probability of histologically inflamed appendix with increasing severity of macroscopic feature was seen (X2 = 004 df=1, p Less than 0.
The essential element in the respective experiment is represented by a single decay of a radioactive atom (which, through some macroscopic machinery, kills the cat).
Gisin et al demonstrated entanglement at the macroscopic level by entangling two fiber-optics populated by 500 photons.
1988) made 2 other important conclusions with respect to measurement of maturity: 1) males show evidence of spermiation, as detected by gonad histology, 1-2 years earlier than macroscopic ripening of the gonad, indicating that males delay spawning for a couple of years after this initial sign of maturity, and 2), from 1978 to 1982, male age at spawning declined about 2-3 years in association with high rates of exploitation and reduced population density.
In practice, a number of major challenges need to be addressed before such an experiment can be realized with macroscopic objects.
A diagnosis of avipoxvirus infection was made on the basis of the macroscopic, histologic, and electron microscopic features, and was further confirmed by DNA sequence analysis.
They were able to generate macroscopic crystals which change from yellow to blue on exposure to oxygen, and then to Drown on exposure to carbon monoxide.