atomic theory definition

  • noun:
    • The actual concept of this framework, properties, and behavior regarding the atom.
    • the idea that most gross matter is composed of atoms.
    • Any of a number of concepts that explain the structure of the atom, as well as subatomic particles.
    • etc. See under Atomic, Binary, etc.
    • (biochemistry) any theory which all matter comprises little discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles
    • a theory of this structure of the atom
    • The real principle regarding the structure, properties, and behavior for the atom.
    • The theory that every gross matter consists of atoms.
    • some of a number of concepts that give an explanation for construction associated with the atom, and of subatomic particles.
    • etc. See under Atomic, Binary, etc.
    • (biochemistry) any theory where all matter comprises small discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles
    • a theory associated with construction associated with atom
  • adjective:
    • will teach that substance combinations happen amongst the expected ultimate particles or atoms of bodies, in some simple proportion, as of one to one, 2-3, or other, always expressible in whole figures.
    • will teach that chemical combinations occur amongst the supposed ultimate particles or atoms of systems, in certain easy proportion, by one to one, 2 to 3, or other, always expressible entirely figures.

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