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nuclear particle

(1) Howell-Jolly body. 
(2) A nonspecific term of uncertain utility for any intranuclear inclusion.
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That could lead to nuclear particles being emitted into the atmosphere, the group said.
Even nuclear particles harm people; German scientists have found childhood leukemia clusters near European nuclear facilities.
Here the author, Mark Bowles, takes the government to task, explaining that his book's title is a deliberate double entendre, not only relating to flux as a rate of flow of nuclear particles passing through space but also reflecting the constant changes in political climate that led to huge wastes in money, manpower, and time.
Austrian physicist Blau (1894-1970) developed the photographic method for detecting nuclear particles in emulsion plates during the 1920s, which became one of the most successful tools for investigating nuclear phenomena.
Between December 1963 and December 1984, nuclear particles entered the sea from a drain at the site.
He and others later constructed the quantum field theory of quarks and gluons called quantum chromodynamics, which seems to account for all the nuclear particles and their strong interactions.
New evidence suggested no-one could be sure about the dangers from swallowing or breathing in nuclear particles.
New scientific evidence suggested that no-one could be sure about the dangers from swallowing or breathing in nuclear particles.
Quarks are the subatomic entities that combine to form heavy nuclear particles.
The speeding protons are being used to learn more about the structure of protons themselves and other nuclear particles.
A NEW radiation alert was issued yesterday at a beach where hundreds of nuclear particles have already been found.

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