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physicists, plural;
  1. An expert in or student of physics


  1. a scientist trained in physics
  2. (physics) the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
  3. A physicist is a scientist who studies or practices physics. Physicists study a wide range of physical phenomena in many branches of physics spanning all length scales: from sub-atomic particles of which all ordinary matter is made (particle physics) to the behavior of the material Universe as a ...
  4. Physicist is the third solo album by Canadian musician Devin Townsend. The album was released in June 2000 on Townsend's label, HevyDevy Records.
  5. (Physicists) Following is a list of physicists who are notable for their achievements.
  6. Physics (φύσις|physis|nature) is a natural science that involves the study of matter Richard Feynman begins his Lectures with the atomic hypothesis, as his most compact statement of all scientific knowledge: "If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, and only one ...
  7. (Physics (band)) Physics was an instrumental band from San Diego, California, USA that had featured a rotating cast of musicians, but was mainly composed of Jeff Coad on synths, Rob Crow on guitars, Jason Soares on guitars, brothers Will Goff and John Goff on guitars/synths, and Cameron Jones on ...
  8. (Physics (journal)) Physical Review (abbreviated as Phys. Rev.) is an American scientific journal founded in 1893 by Edward Nichols. It publishes original research and scientific and literature reviews on all aspects of physics. It is published by the American Physical Society. ...
  9. A person whose occupation specializes in the science of physics, especially at a professional level
  10. (Physicists) Conduct research into the phases of physical phenomena, develop theories and laws on the basis of observation and experiments, and devise methods to apply laws and theories to industry and other fields. Illustrated Example: Fluid Dynamicist, Rheologist, Thermodynamicist
  11. ((physics) ) The time required for a physical quantity to rise from zero to 1-1/e (that is, 63.2%) of its final steady value when it varies with time t as 1 - e-kt. The time required for a physical quantity to fall to 1/e (that is, 36.8%) of its initial value when it varies with time t as e-kt. ...
  12. ((Physics)) the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic force.
  13. (5. physics) Same as  corona discharge
  14. (6. Physics) The huge processing power of today’s high spec PCs and games consoles means that developers are able to explore realistic physics in more depth and detail than ever before. ...
  15. (Physics) An optically formed duplicate, counterpart, or other representative reproduction of an object, especially an optical reproduction formed by a lens or mirror.
  16. (Physics) Bioshock, built on U3 engine has some nice physics, although sometimes a bit jiggy. Still, however, you can see the bodies fly gracefully, toss granades back at the enemies and see the awesome ragdoll physics when you hurl the bodies of fallen enemies over great distances. ...
  17. (Physics) Kennelly-Heaviside Layer, Microwave, 1850 in science
  18. (Physics) Laws are still in effect, so try to keep it somewhat realistic. If your character weighs a thousand pounds, falling from a building will probably damage the sidewalk, and they'll never be able to find shoes that last for more than a few minutes.
  19. (Physics) Mrs. P. N. Sundari / Mr. John Anbalagan
  20. (Physics) Physical barriers to the transmission of messages, such as background noise, facing the wrong way, talking too softly, and physical distance.
  21. (Physics) The Visual Simulation Environment includes a Physics Engine. The purpose of the engine is to simulate physical objects including mass, forces, friction, collisions, etc.
  22. (Physics) The dealing with fundamental constituents of the universe, the forces they exert on one another, and the results produced by these forces.
  23. (Physics) Welcome to The Herbal Encyclopedia! I hope that this site can answer some of your herbal healing questions, and other questions you may have regarding medicinal herbs and their many uses.
  24. (Physics) denoting the maximum
  25. (Physics) engines do more than just knock over boxes, and the interface between your game and a physics engine must be fairly complex in order to harness advanced functionality.