[fahyn-muh n] /ˈfaɪn mən/
Richard Phillips, 1918–1988, U.S. physicist: Nobel Prize 1965.
Richard. 1918–88, US physicist, noted for his research on quantum electrodynamics; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1965
American physicist who developed the theory of quantum electrodynamics, laying the foundation for all other quantum field theories. His approach combined quantum mechanics and relativity theory, and exploited a method using diagrams of particle interactions to greatly simplify calculations. For this work he shared with American physicist Julian Schwinger and Japanese physicist Sin-Itiro Tomonaga the 1965 Nobel Prize for physics.
noun, Physics. 1. a network of lines that represents a series of emissions and absorptions of elementary particles by other elementary particles, from which the probability of the series can be calculated. /ˈfaɪnmən/ noun 1. (physics) a graphical representation of the interactions between elementary particles Feynman diagram A diagram used to help describe and visualize […]
[fez] /fɛz/ noun 1. a city in N Morocco: formerly one of the traditional capitals of the sultanate in the former French zone. [fes] /fɛs/ noun 1. a city in N Morocco: formerly one of the traditional capitals of the sultanate in the former French zone. /fɛs/ noun 1. a city in N central Morocco, […]
[fez-zahn] /fɛzˈzɑn/ noun 1. a former province in SW Libya: part of the Sahara with numerous oases. 220,000 sq. mi. (570,000 sq. km). /fɛˈzɑːn/ noun 1. a region of SW Libya, in the Sahara: a former province (until 1963)
[fez] /fɛz/ noun, plural fezzes. 1. a felt cap, usually of a red color, having the shape of a truncated cone, and ornamented with a long black tassel, worn by men in Egypt and North Africa: formerly the national headdress of the Turks. /fɛz/ noun (pl) fezzes 1. an originally Turkish brimless felt or wool […]