The question of the nature and physical meaning of a corpuscle or electron remains for consideration.
The soldier, or so to say, the corpuscle, separating at the command "Break ranks!"
Townsend has shown that we can deduce from the values of α the mean free path of a corpuscle.
The body is, as a rule, situated near the edge of the corpuscle.
Their sphere of bodily manifestation must be a host, each individual unit in that host a corpuscle in the whole.
The parasite is not more than three-quarters the length of the corpuscle.
The picture above shows how a corpuscle looks under the microscope.
Every corpuscle in his swarthy, rugged body was aflame, his face fiendishly illuminated.
Let us see about this latest theory—the corpuscle or Electron Theory.
This energy is proportional to Xeλ when X is the electric force, e the charge on the corpuscle, and λ the mean free path.
corpuscle cor·pus·cle (kôr'pə-səl, -pŭs'əl)
An unattached body cell, such as a blood or lymph cell.
A rounded, globular mass of cells, such as the pressure receptor on certain nerve endings.