Traducción de microphysics en Español:


microfísica, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ˌfɪzɪks//ˌmaɪkroʊˈfɪzɪks/


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    microfísica femenino
    • So now we have three simple areas of physical science: life, astrophysics, microphysics.
    • Given the claims about microphysics it is vital for Green's argument that the real causation can only be found at the microlevel.
    • See Peter Galison's Image and Logic for a detailed analysis of the transforming effects of the introduction of new techniques and new technologies in the field of microphysics in the 20th century.
    • Nuclear power is a result of man's understanding, and discovery, of principles of what are called microphysics.
    • What we see in the sky now are remnants of very, very early microphysics.
    • In the realm of microphysics, where we have strong (but still contestable) evidence of indeterminism, our ordinary causal notions do not easily apply.
    • We could never predict this coding on the basis of biochemistry or microphysics alone.
    • Moreover, the truth at which science aims need not be a single, rock-bottom order of things, as defined, for example, by microphysics.
    • We do it by taking the same approach to microphysics.
    • Microphysics, for example, is a perfect expression of this: All of microphysics is based on things which are efficient, which determine our power to exist, especially today, but which exist beyond the power of our senses to detect.
    • How is it that microphysics is time-reversible, yet macroscopic systems show increasing entropy?
    • Tell me when the senses have ever seen a principle of nuclear microphysics.