Origin of electron volt
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For comparison, the super-energetic protons in the largest particle accelerator on Earth — the Large Hadron Collider — only reach trillions of electron volts.
For comparison, protons in the largest accelerator on Earth, the Large Hadron Collider, reach mere trillions of electron volts.Record-breaking light has more than a quadrillion electron volts of energy|Emily Conover|May 21, 2021|Science News
A search for possible sources of the 38 highest-energy gamma rays, above 398 trillion electron volts, came up empty, supporting the idea that the gamma rays came from cosmic rays that had wandered about the galaxy.The Milky Way’s newfound high-energy glow hints at the secrets of cosmic rays|Emily Conover|February 2, 2021|Science News
You have the atom, which has the neutron, the electron, the proton.
But with an electron micgrograph to illustrate what was fueling the outbreak, they were able to gain the trust of the people.
When the gamma rays enter the sleeve, they interact with that photon gas, annihilating into electron-positron pairs.
Its electric car the Volt had its best month ever, selling 3,351 units.
On the other hand, sales of the Volt declined in April 2013 from April 2012.Nissan Leaf Leads Growth in April Electric Car Sales|Miranda Green|May 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The next day the electricians hooked it up to a twelve-hundred-volt feed-line, and by noon it was ready to go.Nine Men in Time|Noel Miller Loomis
The loss of one electron by an atom leaves a unit positive charge on the particle.
Archivolt, r′ki-volt, n. the band or moulding which runs round the lower part of the archstones of an arch.
The electron is a stress in the ether, nothing more, but it is the stuff of which all matter is made.
Archivolt (rki-volt), in architecture, the ornamental band of mouldings on the face of an arch and following its contour.