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sub·a·tom·ic

(sŭb'ă-tom'ik),
Pertaining to particles making up the intraatomic structure; for example, protons, electrons, neutrons.

subatomic

/sub·atom·ic/ (-ah-tom´ik) of or pertaining to the constituent parts of an atom.

subatomic

[-ətom′ik]
Etymology: L, sub, beneath; Gk, atomos, indivisible
pertaining to the particles and phenomena that are within an atom.

sub·a·tom·ic

(sŭb'ă-tom'ik)
Pertaining to particles making up the intraatomic structure, e.g., protons, electrons, neutrons.
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In quantum physics, a subatomic particle can influence the behavior of another particle located very far from it, although there's absolutely no connection between them.
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These streams of high-energy particles collide with atoms in Earth's atmosphere Result: Each atom's center, or nucleus, splits and releases smaller, subatomic particles.
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Cosmic rays are made up of high-energy, subatomic particles that constantly bombard the Earth.
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