Atomics



the branch of physics that deals with atoms, especially .
Historical Examples

Now, with atomics and filters on every stack in every home, the city was clean.
The Circuit Riders R. C. FitzPatrick

When we left Earth, most of the population had been wiped out by atomics.
I Like Martian Music Charles E. Fritch

You see, the drives are not what they were cooked up to be—the atomics leak, and it wasn’t found out until too late.
The Hell Ship Raymond Alfred Palmer

Noble, the blond youth, frantically examining the atomics, was a bio-chemist.
Planet of the Gods Robert Moore Williams

Mars iron built the ships and powered the atomics that had conquered the galaxy.
Noble Redman Jesse Franklin Bone

Behind the atomics were the Kruchek drivers, twin brawny giants chained to the treadmill they pushed through the skies.
Planet of the Gods Robert Moore Williams

But that’s quite all right because, as it happens, I’m an atomics technician and I even worked on that very bomb.
The Big Time Fritz Reuter Leiber

Under daylight atomics the transport engineers in their glass perches read the dials and turned the switches.
The Syndic C.M. Kornbluth

They don’t run on atomics, need some kind of fuel, and they have to have new supplies every so often.
Star Born Andre Norton

There was an equation which had proved its effectiveness, upon which the whole science of atomics was based.
Eight Keys to Eden Mark Irvin Clifton

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