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(from the article `photosynthesis`) Light can be described as a wave of particles known as photons; these are units of energy, or light quanta. The quantity photons is called an ...
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Einstein

Albert Einstein noun physicist born in Germany who formulated the special theory of relativity and the general theory of relativity; Einstein also proposed that light consists of discrete quantized bundles of energy (later called photons) (1879-1...
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Einstein

[crater] The outer rim of this walled plain has been all but obliterated by many small impacts. Only along the eastern wall, where it joins Dalton crater, does a significant rim still survive. Occupying the center of the interior floor is Einstein A, an impact crater with terraced inner walls and a central peak. The outer rampart of this co...
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Einstein

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Einstein

[unit] An einstein is a unit defined as the energy in one mole (6.022├Ś1023) of photons. Because energy is inversely proportional to wavelength, the unit is frequency dependent. This unit is not part of the International System of Units and is redundant with the joule. In studies of photosynthesis the einstein is sometimes used with a diffe...
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Einstein

[US-CERT program] Einstein (also known as the EINSTEIN Program) is an intrusion detection system that monitors the network gateways of government departments and agencies in the United States for unauthorized traffic. The software was developed by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), which is the operational arm of...
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Einstein

A famous scientist most famous for the theory of relativity and inventing the Atom Bomb.
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einstein

A unit of energy equal to 1 mol quantum, hence to 6.0221367 × 1023 quanta. The value of einstein, in kJ, is dependent upon the wavelength. ... Origin: A. Einstein, German-born theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in U.S., 1879-1955 ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Einstein

A unit of energy equivalent to the amount of energy absorbed by one molecule of a material undergoing a photochemical reaction as determined by the Stark-Einstein law.
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Einstein

proposed unified theory of physics due to Myron Evans, a Welsh chemist.
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einstein

the amount of energy absorbed by one mole of material undergoing a photochemical reaction
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Einstein

Type: Term Pronunciation: īn′stīn Definitions: 1. Albert, German-born U.S. theoretic physicist and Nobel laureate, 1879-1955. See: einstein, einsteinium
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Einstein

[n] - physicist born in Germany who formulated the special theory of relativity and the general theory of relativity
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