- n. physics alternative spelling of electron volt.
“Conversions from/to Joule kilowatt-hour electronvolt calorie Btu horsepower hour foot-pound dyne - centimeter therm”
“The following conversions are based on the IT calorie. from/to Joule kilowatt-hour electronvolt calorie Btu horsepower hour foot-pound dyne - centimeter therm”
“When it re-opens, it will attempt to create 14 TeV electronvolt events.”
“One electronvolt is the energy transfer when an electron moves through a potential difference of 1 volt, given by: 1 eV = 1. 60x10-19 J The minimum energy required for the electron to escape the metal is called the work function, Φ If energy is less than Φ, then no emission occurs Emission is possible when hf = Φ”
“As a result, ground-based tera-electronvolt telescopes miss many important supernova remnants" including SNR W44, Tanaka said.”
“The observations also reveal why ground-based gamma-ray telescopes, which detect even higher energy gamma rays as they zip through the Earth's atmosphere, have failed to observe gamma rays from this remnant: while many of these protons are produced in the giga-electronvolt energy range, very few are produced in the tera-electronvolt energy range.”
“In a paper published today in Science, the Large Area Telescope collaboration, led by KIPAC researchers Takaaki Tanaka, Uchiyama, and Hiroyasu Tajima, released the first image of a supernova remnant in the giga-electronvolt energy range (about 200 million times the energy of visible light).”
“The amount of energy that each electron of that coulomb stores is one electronvolt of energy.”
“But these [giga-electronvolt-bright supernova remnants] and the tera-electronvolt-bright supernova remnants are very complementary.”
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