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- n. Plural form of negatron.
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1 I wish none of them any harm, but the recent silence of our negatrons is an unalloyed blessing and a pure delight.
But the energy died quickly; the negatrons lived only long enough to go five hundred paces and no more.
I wonder what our negatrons would be writing if the team was about to start two raw rookies -- a C drafted on the 6th round and a RG drafted in Round 1 -- unproven players who, thanks to the new CBA, will have just a few weeks of limited-intensity training camp under their belts?
The individual nucleons are in turn composed of a dynamic lattice of positrons and negatrons (nuclear state electrons) evidently much larger than Rutherford's claim.
Sensors were blinded, but Jim’s unnerved imagination told him well enough what any observer would see: the Enterprise blasting out of nowhere, blazing brighter than any comet, as free-floating atoms and the electrons of the shields themselves were so fiercely excited by the warp-nine dump that they shattered completely in a hail of photons and negatrons and other bremsstrahlung radiation.
It has neutrons and negatrons in the nuclei, and positrons in orbit outside. "