Translation of positron in Spanish:


positrón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑzəˌtrɑn//ˈpɒzɪtrɒn/


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    positrón masculine
    • The full scattering amplitude is the sum of all contributions from all possible loops of photons, electrons, positrons, and other available particles.
    • The decaying atoms emit positrons, which encounter electrons and are annihilated, releasing pairs of gamma rays.
    • The term accelerators most commonly refers to particle accelerators, devices for increasing the velocity of subatomic particles such as protons, electrons, and positrons.
    • So the normally stable proton can decay into a neutron, a positron, and a neutrino if continuously fed enough energy through constant, extreme acceleration.
    • Electrons, positrons, and photons can be separated and isolated at macroscopic distances.