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dicionario analógico

astronomy, uranology - aeronautics, astronautics - biophysics - cryogenics, cryogeny - crystallography - electromagnetics, electromagnetism - electronics - electrostatics - mechanics - atomic physics, microphysics, nuclear physics, nucleonics - optics - high energy physics, high-energy physics, particle physics - plasma physics - quantum physics - rheology - solid-state physics - statistical mechanics - thermodynamics - harmonics[Spéc.]

physical[Rel.App.]

attractive, magnetic - repulsive - reversible - miscible, mixable - immiscible, non-miscible, unmixable - critical - noncritical - diabatic - adiabatic - viscoelastic - cleavable, fissile, fissionable - nonfissionable - free - bound - identical - aeolotropic, eolotropic - reactive - activated, excited - unreactive - hyperfine - chaotic - relativistic - fiducial - atomic, nuclear - metastable - quantal, quantized - dynamic - hydrodynamic - aerodynamic, aerodynamical, aerodynamics, streamlined - rheologic, rheological - mesic, mesonic - reversibly - phase space - containment - hodoscope - loadstone, magnet - nuclear plant, nuclear reactor, reactor - metastability - isotropy, symmetry - duality, dyad, twofoldness, wave-particle duality - absorption factor, absorptivity - reluctivity - rest mass - relativistic mass - gravitational mass - inertia base, inertia block, inertial mass, inertia mass - mass energy - fluence rate, flux, flux density, neutron flux density - quantum - attracter, attractor - Bose-Einstein statistics - Dalton's law, Dalton's law of partial pressures, law of partial pressures - Boltzmann distribution law, Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution law - Fermi-Dirac statistics - Charles's law, Gay-Lussac's law, law of volumes - Hooke's law - Kirchhoff's laws - law of gravitation, Newton's law of gravitation - law of thermodynamics - mass-energy equivalence - Planck's law, Plank's law - Planck's radiation law - gravitational theory, Newton's theory of gravitation, theory of gravitation, theory of gravity - principle of relativity - principle of equivalence - field theory - Bohr theory - conservation - conservation of parity, mirror symmetry, parity, space-reflection symmetry - undulatory theory, wave theory, wave theory of light - corpuscular theory, corpuscular theory of light - kinetic theory, kinetic theory of gases - Einstein's theory of relativity, relativity, relativity theory, theory of relativity - supersymmetry - quantum theory - dynamical system - chaos - collision, hit - gravitation wave, gravity wave - oscillation, vibration - undulation, wave - solitary wave, soliton, soliton wave - transient - quantum jump - recombination - transmutation - amplitude - node - antinode - center of buoyancy, center of immersion, centre of buoyancy, centre of immersion - wavefront, wave front - weakly interacting massive particle, WIMP - physicist - Coriolis effect - perturbation - atomic spectrum - cohesion - Coriolis force, deviating force, Ferrel's law - energy, free energy - engine power, power - work - force - gravitation, gravitational attraction, gravitational force, gravity - inertia - light, visible light, visible radiation - sympathetic vibration - magnetic dipole moment - reluctance - scintillation - shear - stress - tension - strain - fundamental interaction, interaction - color force, strong force, strong interaction - weak force, weak interaction - absorption - diffusion - nuclear reaction - relaxation, relaxation behavior - spallation - modulus - coefficient of elasticity, elastic modulus, modulus of elasticity - gas constant, R, universal gas constant - constant of gravitation, G, gravitational constant, universal gravitational constant - metric, metric function - abundance - pencil - angle of dip, dip, inclination, magnetic dip, magnetic inclination - ground state - absorber - atom - molecule - acceleration - backscatter - transform - transform - decay, decompose, disintegrate - disintegrate - magnetise, magnetize - degauss, demagnetise, demagnetize - quench - flux, liquefy, liquify - liquefy, liquidise, liquidize, liquify - solidify - solidify - freeze, freeze down, freeze out - crystalise, crystalize, crystallise, crystallize - polarise, polarize - electrify - depolarise, depolarize - quantise, quantize - induce, induct - bombard - decouple - shear - translate - meniscus - absorbance, optical density, photographic density, transmission density - couple - elementary particle, fundamental particle - quark - angular acceleration - angular velocity - deceleration - coherent - incoherent - uncharged, unweighted[Domaine]

natural philosophy (n.) • physics (n.)

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