the unit of electric charge of which all free charges found in nature are integral multiples, equal to 1.602 × 10 −19 coulombs, the charge of the proton.
noun, Mathematics. 1. one of a class of functions that is generally taken to include power, exponential, and trigonometric functions, their inverses, and finite combinations of them.
- Elementary granules
elementary granules el·e·men·ta·ry granules (ěl’ə-měn’tə-rē, -trē) pl.n. See hemoconia.
noun, Physics. 1. any lepton, hadron, photon, or graviton, the particles once thought to be the indivisible components of all matter or radiation. noun 1. any of several entities, such as electrons, neutrons, or protons, that are less complex than atoms and are regarded as the constituents of all matter Also called fundamental particle elementary […]
noun, Physical Chemistry. 1. a chemical process complete in one step, characterized by the simultaneous interaction of all the atoms of two or more molecules.