translational energy


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translational energy

[tran¦slā·shən·əl ′en·ər·jē]
(physical chemistry)
The kinetic energy of gaseous or liquid molecules that is associated with their motion within their particular chemical systems.
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The university of sheffield is out to tender on behalf of the department of estates and facilities management for the building of a new translational energy research centre.
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