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nonrelativistic

(non-rel-ă-tă-viss -tik) Describing any phenomenon, object, etc., for which the effects of general or special relativity can be disregarded or do not apply.
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For a nonrelativistic particle, the Fermi formula yields the following expression for the energy loss to distances
In issue 5, we shall set forth why this hermeneutic realism is nonrelativistic, and by saying this we do not mean to imply a contradiction with issue 2.
Even though the electron energy is kept low (10 keV initially, 50 keV in the future), the beam is sufficiently intense to simulate the physics of nonrelativistic ion beams with several kA of current.
A useful effort to present a nonrelativistic program for Jewish-Christian dialogue, Soloveitchik's model nonetheless suffers from a fundamental contradiction highlighted by David Novak in his Jewish-Christian Dialogue.
the nonrelativistic four-velocity (1, v), which is the time derivative of the four vector (t, r(t)), is an objective, observer independent quantity contrary to its spacelike projection, the relative velocity v [7].
Even in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics, the "reality" of interacting particles is not completely given by the corresponding fields themselves.
One might wonder why nonrelativistic energies with uncertainties of 1 x [10.
The nonrelativistic planewave expansion (perpendicular to the propagation vector [?
We imagined that the free electrons in metal as a gas of nonrelativistic particles confined by the vacuum pressure in the interior of a cubic box of edge equal to d.
A NIST scientist, in collaboration with Indiana University, has computed the nonrelativistic energy for the ground [S.
It will be seen that this coupling is even present in the nonrelativistic Schrodinger equation.
This issue is applied to QFT theories and the nonrelativistic limit of their field function is compared with properties of non-relativistic quantum mechanics.