the theory that light is transmitted as a stream of particles.
the theory, originally proposed by Newton, and revived with the development of the quantum theory, that light consists of a stream of particles Compare photon, wave theory
[kawr-puh-suh l, -puhs-uh l] /ˈkɔr pə səl, -pʌs əl/ noun 1. Biology. an unattached cell, especially of a kind that floats freely, as a blood or lymph cell. 2. Anatomy. a small mass or body forming a more or less distinct part, as the sensory receptors at nerve terminals. 3. Physical Chemistry. a minute or […]
[kawr-puh s di-lik-tahy] /ˈkɔr pəs dɪˈlɪk taɪ/ noun, plural corpora delicti [kawr-per-uh di-lik-tahy] /ˈkɔr pər ə dɪˈlɪk taɪ/ (Show IPA). Law. 1. the basic element or fact of a crime, as, in murder, the death of the murdered person. 2. the object, as the body of a murdered person, upon which a crime has been […]
corpusculum cor·pus·cu·lum (kôr-pŭs’kyə-ləm) n. pl. cor·pus·cu·la (-lə) A small mass or body; corpuscle.
- Corpus fimbriatum
corpus fimbriatum corpus fim·bri·a·tum (fĭm’brē-ā’təm) n. See fimbria hippocampi.