kinetics, ki-net′iks, n. the science which treats of the action of force in producing or changing motion.
The most important conception in kinetics is that of “inertia.”
Dynamics, or kinetics, which treats of simple motion as an effect of the action of forces.
We follow also the traditional practice of dealing first with statics and then with kinetics.
He wrote to her of kinetics and atoms as if she had been a fellow-student.
kinetics ki·net·ics (kə-nět'ĭks, kī-)
The branch of mechanics concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of a body or system of bodies, especially of forces that do not originate within the system itself. Also called dynamics.
The branch of chemistry concerned with the rates of change in the concentration of reactants in a chemical reaction.