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fissile definition

  • adjective:
    • Possible to split.
    • Physics Fissionable, specifically by neutrons of most energies.
    • Geology definitely split along close synchronous airplanes.
    • Able to be split
    • Effortlessly split along a grain
    • with the capacity of undergoing nuclear fission
    • with the capacity of becoming split, cleft, or divided toward the grain, like timber, or along normal airplanes of cleavage, like crystals.
    • Fissionable.
    • capable of becoming split or cleft or split in direction of the whole grain
    • effective at undergoing nuclear fission
    • feasible to split.
    • Physics Fissionable, particularly by neutrons of energies.
    • Geology Easily split along close parallel airplanes.
    • Able to be split
    • Effortlessly split along a grain
    • effective at undergoing atomic fission
    • with the capacity of being split, cleft, or divided toward the grain, like wood, or along normal planes of cleavage, like crystals.
    • Fissionable.
    • feasible to split.
    • Physics Fissionable, specifically by neutrons of all of the energies.
    • with the capacity of becoming split or cleft or divided toward the grain
    • Geology definitely separated along close synchronous planes.
    • Able to be split
    • with the capacity of undergoing atomic fission
    • Easily split along a grain
    • Capable of undergoing atomic fission
    • Capable of being split, cleft, or divided toward the whole grain, like timber, or along all-natural planes of cleavage, like crystals.
    • Fissionable.
    • feasible to divide.
    • Physics Fissionable, particularly by neutrons of all energies.
    • Geology Easily separated along close parallel planes.
    • Able to be split
    • quickly split along a grain
    • Capable of undergoing nuclear fission
    • feasible to divide.
    • Physics Fissionable, particularly by neutrons of most energies.
    • Geology definitely split along close parallel planes.
    • capable of being split
    • Easily split along a grain
    • effective at undergoing nuclear fission
    • with the capacity of being split, cleft, or split in direction of the whole grain, like lumber, or along normal airplanes of cleavage, like crystals.
    • effective at being split or cleft or divided toward the grain
    • Fissionable.
    • capable of undergoing nuclear fission
    • Capable of becoming split, cleft, or divided in the direction of the grain, like wood, or along natural airplanes of cleavage, like crystals.
    • Fissionable.
    • effective at becoming split or cleft or split toward the grain
    • with the capacity of undergoing atomic fission
    • effective at being split or cleft or split in the direction of the grain
    • effective at undergoing nuclear fission
  • others:
    • with the capacity of becoming split, cleft, or divided into levels, as timber in the direction of the whole grain, or particular nutrients and stones in the planes of cleavage or foliation. See schist and cleavage.
    • In entomology, shaped of dishes or scales that are closely appressed in repose, but are spread aside: an epithet often applied to lamellate antennæ.
    • effective at being split, cleft, or divided into layers, as timber in the direction of the whole grain, or particular minerals and stones when you look at the airplanes of cleavage or foliation. See schist and cleavage.
    • In entomology, shaped of plates or machines that are closely appressed in repose, but might be spread apart: an epithet often placed on lamellate antennæ.
    • with the capacity of being split, cleft, or split into layers, as wood in direction of the whole grain, or particular nutrients and rocks within the airplanes of cleavage or foliation. See schist and cleavage.
    • In entomology, shaped of dishes or machines that are closely appressed in repose, but may be spread apart: an epithet sometimes placed on lamellate antennæ.
    • effective at being split, cleft, or divided into levels, as timber toward the grain, or certain minerals and rocks inside airplanes of cleavage or foliation. See schist and cleavage.
    • In entomology, shaped of plates or machines which are closely appressed in repose, but could be spread aside: an epithet occasionally put on lamellate antennæ.
    • with the capacity of becoming split, cleft, or divided into levels, as timber toward the whole grain, or specific minerals and stones in the planes of cleavage or foliation. See schist and cleavage.
    • In entomology, shaped of dishes or scales which are closely appressed in repose, but can be spread aside: an epithet sometimes applied to lamellate antennæ.
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