QUANTUM

Pothohari/Potwari people are native to the Pothohar Plateau in Pakistan. ...
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Quantum

• (n.) Quantity; amount. • (n.) A definite portion of a manifoldness, limited by a mark or by a boundary.
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quantum

<unit> The fundamental unit of electromagnetic energy. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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quantum

(+ gen.) as much of ... as.
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quantum

(kwahn┬┤tәm) an elemental unit of energy; the amount emitted or absorbed at each step when energy is emitted or absorbed by atoms or molecules.
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quantum

noun (physics) the smallest discrete quantity of some physical property that a system can possess (according to quantum theory)
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Quantum

[board game] == Rules == The game as marketed was played on a special rectangular board and several variants of the rules were possible. The variant described here uses an 8 by 8 board. Instead of taking enemy pieces as in chess, a player builds up vertically stacked pieces by moving onto enemy pieces. There are three types of piece: square...
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Quantum

[Statistical programming language] Quantum is a software package and programming language for statistical survey data validation and manipulation and tabulation. Originally developed by Quantime to run on Unix systems, it was incorporated into SPSS Inc.`s SPSS MR product line after its acquisition of Quantime on September 1997. ...
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Quantum

[video game] Quantum is a color vector arcade game designed by General Computer Corp. for Atari Inc. in 1982. ==Gameplay== The premise of the game was related loosely to quantum physics in that the player directed a probe with a trackball to completely circle atomic `particles` for points, without touching various other particles. Once the ...
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Quantum

Quan'tum noun ; plural Quanta . [ Latin , neuter of quantus how great, how much. See Quantity ,] 1. Quantity; amount. 'Without authenticating . . . the quantum of the charges.' Burke. 2. (Math.) A definite portion of a manifoldness, l...
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Quantum

A discrete packet of energy.
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quantum

A discrete quantity of energy hv associated with a wave of frequency v, where h is Planck's constant. It is the smallest amount of energy that can be absorbed or radiated by matter at that frequency.
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Quantum

A line of premium balls made by Brunswick; its most famous (or infamous) is the Quantum Helix which
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quantum

a required or allowed quantity - (for example a debt payable) - also used in various latin phrases to mean 'as much as' - more scientifically quantum in physics means: 'a discrete quantity of energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the radiation it represents'
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Quantum

Amount of energy dependent upon the frequency of the radiation associated with electromagnetic waves by the relation Q=hv, where h is Planck?s constant and v is the frequency.
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Quantum

An indivisible unit, or atom, of any physical quantity. Quantum mechanics (q.v.) is based on the existence of quanta of energy, the magnitude of the quantum of radiant energy (light) of a given frequency -- or of the energy of a particle oscillating with given frequency -- being equal to Planck's constant (q.v.) multiplied by the fiequency. -- A.C....
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Quantum

How much, an amount
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quantum

how much?, how much!, as much as.
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Quantum

In a damages claim the amount to be determined by the court
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quantum

in physics, discrete natural unit, or packet, of energy, charge, angular momentum, or other physical property. Light, for example, appearing in some ... [24 related articles]
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quantum

Latin, meaning: (+ gen.) as much of ... as.
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quantum

Latin, meaning: adv, regard to, as much as, the more, the greater
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quantum

Latin, meaning: how much?, how much!, as much as.
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Quantum

Monetary value of the action.
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quantum

quanta. A discrete packet of energy.
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