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physicist

[fis′isist]
a scientist who specializes in physics.

physicist

(fĭz′ĭ-sĭst) [L. physics, natural sciences]
A specialist in the science of physics.
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New magnetic measurements, detailed by German physicists online June 26 at arXiv.
Before Hasenohrl focused on cavity radiation, other physicists, including French mathematician Henri Poincare and German physicist Max Abraham, showed the existence of an inertial mass associated with electromagnetic energy.
Specific requirements are available from professional medical physicist organizations.
Its prime target is string theory, the dominant avenue of research for theoretical physicists since the mid-1980s.
Theoretical physicists are not known for their modesty.
4 billion in 1987, $11 billion and climbing at last report), a move which dismayed particle physicists and pleased almost everyone else.
a) If the facility records indicate the typical score meets or exceeds ACR standards and the annual physicist report indicates the score meets or exceeds ACR standards, the facility should send follow-up films to MDPH weekly for one month demonstrating that the image quality meets standards.
Meurk enjoyed forty years experience as a radiological physicist and is certified by the American Board of Radiology in Radiological Physics.
The particle's charge makes it a smoking gun for a four-quark state," says Tomasz Skwarnicki, a physicist at Syracuse University in New York.
The behavior of stars and atoms in imaginary universes might seem like a topic unlikely to interest anyone who is not a theoretical physicist.
As for the poor Leo Szilard, the bumptious Hungarian refugee physicist, he is accused by Sudoplatov of supplying the Soviets "vital information" from the Manhattan Project laboratories in Los Alamos.
One of the early workers in wireless telegraphy was the English physicist Oliver Lodge.