Exclusion-principle



noun, Physics.
1.
the principle that in any system described by quantum mechanics no two identical particles having spin equal to half an odd integer can be in the same quantum state: first postulated for the electrons in atoms.
noun
1.
See Pauli exclusion principle
exclusion principle
(ĭk-skl’zhən)
See Pauli exclusion principle.

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