from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study of the behavior and characteristics of nucleons or atomic nuclei.
- n. Development of instruments for use in nuclear research.
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- n. The study of nucleons, or of atomic nuclei
- n. nuclear physics or technology
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- n. the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei
In a 1962 letter featured on the Chabad.org website, he wrote that "it is safe to assume that all we have learned in the field of nucleonics in the last few decades is very little by comparison with what we can confidently expect to learn in the next few decades."
The uses in communication and nucleonics, energy sources ....
"A high technology, including nucleonics and doubtless genetic engineering, arose on this planet, and evidently there was world peace, too," Nansen said.
Virginia/Tokyo/Vietnamese Highlands The DARPA laboratory for experimental nucleonics in which Douglas Serman worked was in the wilds of rural Virginia.
They were still in their dark lair inside the experimental nucleonics complex.
In addition, he commenced a sub-rosa communication witk Douglas Sermana, a brother-in-arms working at the DARPA laboratory for experimental nucleonics in the American, state of Virginia.
At last, he relented, giving Croaker specific directions to the DARPA lab for experimental nucleonics.
Bribery, for one, has often proven more effective in war than nucleonics. '
Then on to more complex subjects as the mind matured, to biochemistry, nucleonics, sociology and psychology and the arts, including jurisprudence.
Paper and plastics, electronics, nucleonics, hydro-logics and parafoih'ng, insurance and banking, tridee stations and liquid tanking, entertainments and hydroponics and velosheeting.