Electron [noun]

Definition of Electron:

energized matter, power

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More about partons — Science News, February 13, 1971Experiments in which protons and neutrons were bombarded with high-energy electrons have given indications that protons and neutrons are not amorphous masses but composed of distinct subparticles.

When a photon crossed each molecule, it booted an electron — first from one hydrogen atom, then the other.

Measurements made with hydrogen atoms, which have a single electron orbiting a proton, gave us one answer.

This part of the sky contains a high density of free ions and electrons, and when the electrons collide with other particles, energy is released as light and elves take form.

Examining thin sections of the graft with electron microscopy, he saw that the cells had openings larger than any previously seen.

Over time, Almeida became known as an electron microscope expert.

The electrons boost the frequency of the light just a little bit.

Electric cars have long remained objects of fantasy, tantalizingly just out of reach for drivers who imagine the joy of whooshing silently around town, powered by electrons that were hopefully produced by renewable means.

Covalent bonds, on the other hand, are strong chemical bonds that hold together atoms within a molecule and result from electrons being shared among atoms.

These types of behaviors have prompted respected physicists to suggest that electrons may have some type of extremely rudimentary mind.