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a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik),
Relating to an atom.

a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik)
Relating to an atom.

a·tom·ic

(ă-tom'ik)
Relating to an atom.
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Fans also will be able to taste the new Atomic Pork Chop sandwich on the nights when the team takes the field in their alternate identity.
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Since its inception in 2005, Global Atomic has raised USD 53m in equity capital and has over 300 registered shareholders, including major international institutions.
Atomic Data is a Minneapolis-based IT solutions provider delivering sophisticated, custom tailored IT solutions to companies large and small, single site or multinational, in-house or in the cloud.
There are five elements whose atomic numbers differ by just plus or minus 1 from their calculated sums.
Freeman tells the story of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, one of three secret sites of the Manhattan Project to build atomic bombs during World War II, and how that period of the town's history continued to affect its reputation and the people who live there.
"With approximately one-third of the Atomic team working remote from their home offices around the country, along with additional team members that work a combination of both in-office and remote, we are constantly pushing ourselves to find a better mousetrap to get as close as possible to that face-to-face working experience," said Jenny Castle, senior director of human resources for Atomic Learning.
The global atomic spectroscopy market was valued at an estimated $4.02 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.4%.
At Livermore, Goldstein's main research interests have been in computational modeling of highly charged ions, atomic spectroscopy, and radiative processes in plasmas.
The stairwell section of the school is "the biggest relic" of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, said 75-year-old volunteer guide Matsuyoshi Ikeda.
Ciobanu (engineering, Colorado School of Mines), Wang, and Ho (both physics, Iowa State U.) demonstrate to graduate students and beginning researchers how genetic algorithms are used to predict atomic structure, which must be known in order to know how a material will behave at the nanometer scale.
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