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  • Particle — may refer to:In chemistry: * Colloidal particle, part of a one phase system of two or more componentsIn physics: * Subatomic particle, which may be either: **Elementary particle, a particle of which larger particles are composed, also called a… …   Wikipedia

  • Atmospheric escape — There are several different processes that can lead to the escape of a planetary atmosphere. In some cases this can be a very important process; for example, both Venus and Mars have probably lost much of their water due to atmospheric escape… …   Wikipedia

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  • Atmospheric Chemistry Observational Databases — Over the last two centuries many atmospheric chemical observations have been made from a variety of ground based, airborne, and orbital platforms and deposited in databases. Many of these databases are publicly available. All of the instruments… …   Wikipedia

  • Particle experiments at Kolar Gold Fields — The Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), located in the Kolar district of the state of Karnataka, India, are a set of defunct gold mines known for the neutrino particle experiments and observations that took place here starting in 1960 cite… …   Wikipedia

  • Particle shower — In particle physics, a shower is a cascade of secondary particles produced as the result of a high energy particle interacting with dense matter. The incoming particle interacts, producing multiple new particles with lesser energy; each of these… …   Wikipedia

  • Atmospheric electricity — Electricity E lec*tric i*ty ([=e] l[e^]k*tr[i^]s [i^]*t[y^]), n.; pl. {Electricities} ([=e] l[e^]k*tr[i^]s [i^]*t[i^]z). [Cf. F. [ e]lectricit[ e]. See {Electric}.] 1. (Physics) a property of certain of the fundamental particles of which matter… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • List of atmospheric dispersion models — Atmospheric dispersion models are computer programs that use mathematical algorithms to simulate how pollutants in the ambient atmosphere disperse and, in some cases, how they react in the atmosphere. Contents 1 U.S. Environmental Protection… …   Wikipedia

  • Closure (atmospheric science) — A closure experiment in atmospheric science is a combination of different measurement techniques to describe the current state of the investigated system as fully as possible, and to find inaccuracies in one or some of the methods involved. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Dissipative particle dynamics — (DPD) is a stochastic simulation technique for simulating the dynamic and rheological properties of simple and complex fluids. It was initially devised by Hoogerbrugge and Koelman [1][2] to avoid the lattice artifacts of the so called lattice gas …   Wikipedia

  • Magnetosphere particle motion — A sketch of Earth s magnetic field representing the source of Earth s magnetic field as a magnet The north pole of earth is near the top of the diagram, the south pole near the bottom. Notice that the south pole of that magnet is deep in Earth s… …   Wikipedia

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