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kuvantum
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yeterli miktar
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güç birimi
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{i} hisse
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quantum theorykuantum teorisi
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nicelik ya da miktar
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(Tıp) (quanta)
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{i} tutar
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en ufak enerji birimi
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{i} nicem
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{i} fiz. kuantum, nicem
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(Tıp) Kuvant teorisine göre enerji birimi
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quantum leap önemli bir atılım
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{i} kuantum

Dr. Kattnig'e göre, güvercinler evlerine giden yolu bulmak için kuantum mekaniğini kullanırlar. - According to Dr. Kattnig, pigeons use quantum mechanics to find their way home.

Kitap kuantum fiziği hakkındaydı. - The book was about quantum physics.

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{ç} quan.ta (kwan'tı)
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Plural of quantum
In physics, discrete natural unit, or packet, of energy, charge, angular momentum, or other physical property
the plural of quantum
Fundamental units of energy
Molecular modeling environment
Light can carry energy only in specific amounts, proportional to the frequency, as though it came in packets The term quanta was given to these discrete packets of electromagnetic energy by Max Planck quantum efficiency (or QE) The ratio of the number of photoelectrons released for each incident photon of light absorbed by a detector This ratio cannot exceed unity
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Of a change, significant
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Quantity, amount

The Congress's core ministerial panel on Friday gave its green signal to raising motor fuel prices but the quantum of increase emerged as a hitch.

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The smallest possible, and therefore indivisible, unit of a given quantity or quantifiable phenomenon

The quantum of light energy was later called a photon.

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{n} a quantity, amount, sufficiency
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Something which comes in discrete units Eg, money is quantized (divided into units); it comes in quanta (divisions) of one cent
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The basic value or unit of some quantized variable
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Involving quanta
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Latin - amount
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One of the very small discrete packets into which many forms of energy are subdivided
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The elementary quantity of EM energy that is transmitted by a particular wavelength According to the quantum theory, EM radiation is emitted, transmitted, and absorbed as numbers of quanta, the energy of each quantum being a simple function of the frequency of the radiation
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The smallest discrete amount of any quantity (plural: quanta)
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An elementary particle of electromagnetic energy in the sense of wave- particle duality See photon [IUPAC Photo]
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Quantity; amount
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The smallest amount in which energy can exist The size of a quantum depends on the wavelength of the energy
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An elemental unit of energy; a photon of energy hf
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Latin: amount or extent
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(physics) the smallest discrete quantity of some physical property that a system can possess (according to quantum theory) a discrete amount of something that is analogous to the quantum in quantum theory
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In physics, quantum theory and quantum mechanics are concerned with the behaviour of atomic particles. Both quantum mechanics and chaos theory suggest a world constantly in flux
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The fixed amount of time a thread or process can run before being preempted
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When used as a noun (plural quanta): a discrete quantity of energy, momentum or angular momentum, given in units involving Planck's constant h For example electromagnetic radiation of a given frequency f is composed of quanta (also called photons) with energy hf
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Literally, the amount
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A quantum leap or quantum jump in something is a very great and sudden increase in its size, amount, or quality. The vaccine represents a quantum leap in healthcare. quanta a unit of energy in nuclear physics. In physics, a discrete natural unit, or packet, of energy, charge, angular momentum, or other physical property. Light, for example, which appears in some respects as a continuous electromagnetic wave, on the submicroscopic level is emitted and absorbed in discrete amounts, or quanta; for light of a given wavelength, the magnitude of all the quanta emitted or absorbed is the same in both energy and momentum. These particlelike packets of light are called photons, a term also applicable to quanta of other forms of electromagnetic energy such as X rays and gamma rays. Submicroscopic mechanical vibrations in the layers of atoms comprising crystals also give up or take on energy and momentum in quanta called phonons. See also quantum mechanics. light quantum quantum chromodynamics quantum computing quantum electrodynamics quantum field theory quantum mechanics
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A small, discrete unit of energy
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Making use of quantum-mechanical superposition If you don't know what that means, well, I can't explain it in this sentence But it has nothing to do with the original meaning of the word 'quantum' (i e a discrete unit)
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a discrete amount of something that is analogous to the quantum in quantum theory
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In very general terms, a "quantum" is a quantity or amount, however, it is more universally used to define a discrete quantity of electromagnetic radiation
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The indivisible unit in which waves may be emitted or absorbed
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{i} amount; particular quantity; part, portion; large quantity; basic unit of radiant energy (Physics)
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the smallest unit of a discrete property For instance, the quantum of light is the photon
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(physics) the smallest discrete quantity of some physical property that a system can possess (according to quantum theory)
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Describes a system of particles in terms of a wave function defined over the configuration of particles having distinct locations is implicit in the potential energy function that determines the wave function, the observable dynamics of the motion of such particles from point to point In describing the energies, distributions and behaviours of electrons in nanometer-scale structures, quantum mechanical methods are necessary Electron wave functions help determine the potential energy surface of a molecular system, which in turn is the basis for classical descriptions of molecular motion Nanomechanical systems can almost always be described in terms of classical mechanics, with occasional quantum mechanical corrections applied within the framework of a classical model [NTN]
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[2] An interval on a measuring scale, fractions of which are considered insignificant
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A definite portion of a manifoldness, limited by a mark or by a boundary
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A property defineable as a number; a quantity
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The application defined unit of time in which the processor is allocated
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A feature of a network adapter that supports its detection of all frames sent on the network
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The smallest discrete amount of any substance (plural: quanta)
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quantity or amount
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Indivisible unit in which waves may be emitted or absorbed
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