Definitions

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  • adjective physics Describing any process that does not involve either heat or a change in temperature

Etymologies

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a- +‎ thermal

Examples

  • Kim specializes in the field of prostate cancer, having performed hundreds of surgeries using a robotic arm and an enhanced technique known as athermal intrafascial robotic, or AIR, prostatectomy -- which he developed.

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  • Just put the bulb near the floor, connect to athermal cube and ta dah.

    The compact fluorescent bulbs scam.

  • This microwave sickness, induced by athermal high-frequency EMF radiation, was verified by the scientific work of the Russian author Zinaida Gordon from the Moscow Institute for Industrial Hygiene und Occupational Diseases, in 1966 in the Russian language and in 1970 in the English language, among many others.

    Op-Ed: Is Microwave Exposure Harming Millions?

  • CDMS uses ionization and athermal phonon signals to discriminate between candidate (nuclear recoil) and background (electron recoil) events in Ge crystals cooled to ~ 50 mK.

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  • CDMS uses ionization and athermal phonon signals to discriminate between candidate (nuclear recoil) and background (electron recoil) events in Ge crystals cooled to ~ 50 mK.

    Discover Blogs

  • CDMS uses ionization and athermal phonon signals to discriminate between candidate (nuclear recoil) and background (electron recoil) events in Ge crystals cooled to ~ 50 mK.

    Discover Blogs

  • CDMS uses ionization and athermal phonon signals to discriminate between candidate (nuclear recoil) and background (electron recoil) events in Ge crystals cooled to ~ 50 mK.

    Discover Blogs

  • These symptoms, which are also observed in neurasthenia (enervation), were not to be traced back to the thermal effects, but rather to the athermal effects of high-frequencyelectromagnetic radiation, according to Schliephake’s view.

    Op-Ed: Is Microwave Exposure Harming Millions?

  • (ii) in the high density case, the usual mechanisms of athermal hardening (by an evolving forest) operate effectively, dislocation storage occurs and, most importantly, the dislocation structure is found to evolve so as to lead to a build-up of polar or GND density in local domains (that can be thought of as being statistically homogeneous).

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  • 'osmosonication', and claim that besides the nutritional and sensory benefits provided by athermal processes, final products would also be safe for the consumer.

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