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high-energy

adj.
1. Of or relating to elementary particles with energies exceeding hundreds of thousands of electron volts.
2. Yielding a large amount of energy upon undergoing chemical reaction.
3. Vigorous; dynamic.
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Several test firings will be conducted with the illuminating lasers prior to the installation of the high-energy laser and the ultimate missile shoot-down in 2008.
Such high-energy photons are typically the result of bremsstrahlung, a process that takes its name from the German words for "braking radiation.
Players are challenged to match their dance steps with the flashing arrows on the screen while keeping up with the high-energy beat of the music.
BAZZA High-Energy Tea delivers as much energy per ounce as existing energy drinks, but relies solely on the naturally-occurring xanthines found in four of BAZZA's natural ingredients: green tea, yerba mate, guarana, and cola nut.
schools and bring the frontier of high-energy particle astrophysics to the science classroom,'' he said.
Within auroral ovals, some 100 to 1,000 km (62 to 620 mi) over our heads, high-energy electrons from solar plasma collide with air molecules in Earth's upper atmosphere.
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Astronomers have for the first time used extremely high-energy gamma rays to image a celestial body.
The high-energy laser will be fueled by the same chemicals found in hair bleach and Drano - hydrogen peroxide and potassium hydroxide.
The fourth consecutive DOE grant awarded to Pavilion, this grant funds Pavilion's continuing work with the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) to develop advanced methods in process control of complex systems such as a high-energy electron accelerator in a physics research laboratory and a polymer reactor in a manufacturing plant.
However, none of those high-energy experiments ever produced an isolated quark.

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