nonrelativistic particle

nonrelativistic particle

[¦nän‚rel·ə·tə′vis·tik ′pärd·ə·kəl]
(relativity)
A particle whose velocity is small with respect to that of light.
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The total energy loss of a nonrelativistic particle passing through plasma may be quantized in units of h[[omega].
For a nonrelativistic particle, the Fermi formula yields the following expression for the energy loss to distances
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.