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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or composed of nucleons


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nucleon +‎ -ic


  • Cobalt-60 is also used in medical applications, including in equipment for cancer radiation therapy, and in instruments such as nucleonic gauges that can measure an object's thickness.

    Delhi University Found as Source of Radiation

  • One little nucleonic device had left most of the company dead or injured.

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  • This power source is sometimes called a "Quantum nucleonic reactor".

    Red mercury and Shatner's Bassoon

  • During your warp test, the ship entered a nucleonic particle field.


  • Specifically, Danjon suggested that there was an increase in the length of day when the nucleonic component of solar cosmic rays increased ; this was in addition to the usual steady increase in the length of day.

    NAS News and Schedule « Climate Audit

  • Then again this is the same President who once claimed that Saddam Hussein had every weapon of mass destruction in the catalogue up to and including the proverbial nucleonic planet buster.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • But after careful work on the part of the research group it gradually became clear that an inner nucleonic structure, termed hard scattering centres, had been observed.

    Press Release: The 1990 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • The reason for it was not understood-probably it had something to do with the unusual nucleonic resonance levels to be found in stellar material within the Cave.

    The Grand Wheel

  • It's almost as if the Corvi were discussing personal intimacies rather than sub-particular facts, but the result is a fantastic discipline of nucleonic forces.

    the ship who sang

  • We must either knock out their control room, which means a close-range assault with nucleonic weapons that match theirs, or we must make a direct hit on their fuel source.



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