Examples of physic in a Sentence
the museum has an exhibit on some of the strange physics that were once used to cure disease
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For mathematicians and historians like du Sautoy, the manuscript represents one of the most important clues to understanding a mathematical concept that would help fields such as calculus and physics flourish centuries later.
His father, Alexander, directed a laboratory in experimental physics at the Russian Academy of Sciences; his mother, Tatyana Voevodskaya, was a chemistry professor at Moscow University.
Momentum, mass, the dynamics of progress: The physics themselves were false.
It’s Nobel Prize week, the one week every year when people from all walks of life and from all corners of the globe celebrate science, read about ribosomes, and give understanding particle physics a shot.
The document also underscores the fact that Newton—a father of modern physics and co-discoverer of calculus—was greatly influenced by alchemy and his collaborations with alchemists.
In the 1960s, future physics Nobel Prize winner Luis Alvarez took his early muon detector to the Pyramid of Khafre.
While there is currently no information about the role of this void, these findings show how modern particle physics can shed new light on the world’s archaeological heritage.
But in 1956 neutrinos were detected, and today their study is an industry in experimental physics.
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Origin and Etymology of physic
Synonymscure, drug, medicament, medication, medicinal, pharmaceutical, medicine, remedy, specific
Related Wordscure-all, nostrum, panacea; botanical, patent medicine, prescription, prescription drug; cordial, potion, tonic; miracle drug, wonder drug; cap, capsule, pill, tablet; injection, shot; embrocation, liniment, lotion, ointment, potion, poultice, salve; syrup (also sirup), tincture; antibiotic, antiseptic, serum; cathartic, purgative
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