fine structure definition

  • noun:
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines brought on by the magnetized moments of orbiting electrons into the atomic nucleus.
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • the presence of groups of closely spaced spectrum lines seen in the atomic spectral range of certain elements
    • Physics The splitting of spectral lines brought on by the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons in atomic nucleus.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral lines due to the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons in the atomic nucleus.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines due to the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons when you look at the atomic nucleus.
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • the current presence of categories of closely spaced range outlines observed in the atomic spectral range of certain elements
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines due to the magnetized moments of orbiting electrons in the atomic nucleus.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines brought on by the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons within the atomic nucleus.
    • the current presence of groups of closely spaced range lines seen in the atomic spectrum of particular elements
    • the current presence of groups of closely spaced range outlines observed in the atomic spectrum of certain elements
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines brought on by the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons into the atomic nucleus.
    • the current presence of sets of closely spaced spectrum outlines seen in the atomic spectral range of certain elements
    • the presence of groups of closely spaced range outlines noticed in the atomic spectrum of particular elements
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • the existence of sets of closely spaced spectrum lines noticed in the atomic spectrum of certain elements
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines due to the magnetized moments of orbiting electrons within the atomic nucleus.
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • Physics The splitting of spectral outlines brought on by the magnetic moments of orbiting electrons into the atomic nucleus.
    • the presence of categories of closely spaced spectrum outlines observed in the atomic spectral range of particular elements
    • Biology See ultrastructure.
    • the presence of sets of closely spaced range lines noticed in the atomic spectrum of particular elements

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