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indivisibleadj: unable to be divided or separated; not subject to alteration or change
physicistn: a scientist who specializes in the field of physics
latteradj: situated nearer to the end of something than the beginning; recent
fundamentaladj: forming an essential base or core from which everything else develops or is affected
particlen: a small piece of something; a word or piece of a term with grammatical function but little or no significance
universen: everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy
interactv: to communicate or react with somebody
remarkableadj: worthy of attention because unusual or special
elegantadj: pleasing and graceful in appearance or manner, or showing good taste and refinement
encapsulatev: to enclose or envelop something within a capsule or a membrane; to express or summarize the essence or core of something in a condensed form
quantumn: the smallest amount or unit of something, especially (electromagnetic) energy
infiniteadj: unlimited or very great; impossible to measure
governv: to legally control and direct a country, city, group of people, etc. and be responsible for introducing new laws, organizing and maintaining public services
bindv: to tie or fasten someone or something tightly with rope, string, etc. so that they cannot move or are held together strongly
zoomv: to move along very quickly; (noun) the act of rising upward into the air
fragmentn: a small piece or part broken off or detached
moleculen: a group of two or more atoms held together by attractive forces known as chemical bonds
atomn: the smallest unit of ordinary matter that forms a chemical element, composed of a nucleus and one or more electrons bound to the nucleus
boundv: to move forward by leaps and bounds; to form the boundary of something
chemicaladj: relating to or connected with chemistry;
compoundn: an item composed of two or more distinct elements combined; a chemical formed by the combination of two or more elements
periodicadj: happening at regular intervals over a while
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
denseadj: containing a large number of people or something with little space between them
nucleusn: the central and most important part of something; (biology) a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction; (physics) the very dense central region of an atom
surroundv: to be all around something or somebody
electronn: a tiny particle with the negative electrical charge
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
electromagneticadj: of or relating to the magnetism produced by electric charge in motion
attractv: to draw or entice someone or something towards them through the qualities they have, especially positive ones
exchangev: to give something and receive something else in return, often with the implication that the items being traded are of equal or comparable value; (noun) the act of giving or taking something in return for something else; a place or system where goods or services can be bought, sold, or traded
photonn: a unit or quantum of electromagnetic energy, typically regarded as a particle that is the basic constituent of all light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation
revn: a measure of the rate at which an engine or motor rotates, often expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM); (verb) to increase the number of rotations per minute
protonn: a very small particle with a positive charge equal to the negative charge of an electron that forms part of the nucleus of all atoms
neutronn: a subatomic particle with no electric charge that is present in all atomic nuclei except those of ordinary hydrogen
quarkn: a type of elementary particle and a fundamental constituent of matter that make up the heavier elementary particles, such as protons, neutrons, etc.; fresh unripened cheese of a smooth texture made from pasteurized milk, a starter, and rennet
gluonn: a subatomic particle that binds quarks together in the nucleus of an atom, thus mediating the strong nuclear force
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
charmn: the power or quality of pleasing or fascinating people
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
siblingn: a brother or sister; member of a family born to the same parents
muonn: a subatomic particle that is similar to an electron but is about 207 times heavier and is unstable, decaying into other particles after a short time
taun: the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet, transliterated as “t”; (of physics, tau particle) a fundamental particle known as the tau lepton that is an elementary particle with a negative electric charge and a spin of 1/2
mysteryn: something difficult to understand or explain; a secret or enigmatic quality that adds to the fascination or interest of something; a genre of fiction that involves the solution of a crime or a puzzle
collisionn: an instance of two or more objects or entities crashing into each other, usually resulting in damage, impact, or conflict
decayn: the process or state of rotting or decomposition by natural causes such as the action of bacteria and fungi; (verb) to rot or decompose through natural causes
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
transformv: to change in outward structure or looks;
vitaladj: necessary for the success or continued existence of something
fusionn: the process of combining two or more things to form a single entity
interactionn: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them
observev: to watch or notice something carefully, often to gather information or insights; to take note of something or someone; to celebrate or commemorate a special event or occasion
acceleratev: to make something faster or earlier; to cause to develop or progress more quickly
neutrinon: a very small and electrically neutral particle with a very small mass that rarely reacts with other matter
trillionn: the number 1,000,000,000,000; a million million
measurementn: the act or process of finding something’s size, quantity, or degree
associatev: to mentally connect someone or something with someone or something else
antimattern: matter made up of antiparticles, which have the same mass as regular matter but opposite electrical charges
oppositionn: the act of disagreeing or resisting; the state of strong disagreement
identicaladj: being the exact same one
annihilatev: to destroy completely; to cause something to cease to exist
bosonn: a type of subatomic particle that follows Bose-Einstein statistics, which determine how identical particles with integer spins behave
ripplen: a small wave on the surface of a liquid, typically caused by an object falling into it or a slight wind
backgroundn: the details of a person’s social heritage, such as family, vocational or educational experience; past information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem
acquirev: to buy or obtain something such as an asset, object, knowledge, etc., for oneself
atlasn: a book of maps or charts; a figure in Greek mythology who bore the weight of the world on his shoulders
collidev: to hit something violently when moving
depthn: the distance between the top and bottom of something; between the top surface and a distance below it
preciseadj: sharply exact or accurate or delimited
gravityn: the force that attracts a body towards the center of the earth or towards any other physical body having mass; a manner that is solemn
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
unaccountableadj: not able to be explained or justified, often in a way that suggests something suspicious or dishonest is going on; not responsible or answerable for one’s actions or behavior