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monatomic

 [mon″ah-tom´ik]
1. containing one atom.

mon·a·tom·ic

(mon'ă-tom'ik),
1. Relating to or containing a single atom.
2. Synonym(s): monovalent (1)

monatomic

/mon·atom·ic/ (mon″ah-tom´ik)
1. monovalent (1).
3. containing one atom.

mon·a·tom·ic

(mon'ă-tom'ik)
1. Relating to or containing a single atom.
2. Synonym(s): monovalent (1) .

monatomic

1. containing one atom.
2. univalent.
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Analyzing the results of the experiments, Levin noted that the spectrum in neon was peculiar compared to those in other monatomic gases: in neon, points in the curve were so widely scattered that the presence of a "shoulder" was uncertain.
For a monatomic gas, [GAMMA] = 5/3 (n = 3/2) and hence
So we have all grounds to assume [GAMMA]=5/3, the ratio of the heat capacities for a monatomic gas.
This exquisite sensitivity was demonstrated by probing a monatomic step on a silver surface and by variations due to atomic-scale changes in tip-sample distance.
The property to be measured in this case is the speed of sound u of a monatomic gas.
The present work contrasts with a long tradition of using semi-empirical models for [varphi](r) to correlate the thermophysical property data for helium and the other monatomic gases [9, 10, 11].
Kestin, Higher-Order Approximation to the Thermal Conductivity of Monatomic Gas Mixtures, Int.