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In particle physics , fundamental interactions (sometimes called interactive forces ) are the ways that elementary particles interact with one another. An interaction is fundamental when it cannot be described in terms of other interactions. The four known fundamental interactions, all

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Strong interaction print that page

In particle physics , the strong interaction (also called the strong force , strong nuclear force , or color force ) is one of the four fundamental interactions of nature, the others being electromagnetism , the weak interaction and gravitation . As with the other fundamental interactions

wikipedia.org | 2011/10/4 8:07:15

Interaction print that page

Casual examples of interaction outside of science include: communication of any sort, for example two or more people talking to each other, or communication among groups , organizations , nations or states: trade, migration, foreign relations , transportation, the feedback during the

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Chemistry print that page


See also 10 References 11 Further reading Summary Chemistry is the scientific study of interaction of chemical substances that are constituted of atoms or the subatomic particles: [ 3 ] protons , electrons and neutrons . [ 4 ] Atoms combine to produce molecules or crystals

Fundamental attribution error print that page

In social psychology , the fundamental attribution error (also known as correspondence bias or attribution effect ) describes the tendency to over-value dispositional or personality-based explanations for the observed behaviors of others while under-valuing situational explanations for

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Although time travel has been a common plot device in fiction since the 19th century, and one-way travel into the future is arguably possible, given the phenomenon of time dilation based on velocity in the theory of special relativity (exemplified by the twin paradox ), as well as gravitational

Wardenclyffe Tower print that page


The tower was named after James S. Warden, a western lawyer and banker who had purchased land for the endeavor in Shoreham , Long Island , about sixty miles from Manhattan . Here he built a resort community known as Wardenclyffe-On-Sound. Warden believed that with the implementation of Tesla

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In physics , energy ( Ancient Greek : ἐνέργεια   energeia  "activity, operation" [ 1 ] ) is an indirectly observed quantity. It is often understood as the ability a physical system has to do work on other physical systems. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] Since work is defined as a force acting

Many-worlds interpretation print that page

Classical mechanics Old quantum theory Interference   · Bra-ket notation Hamiltonian Fundamental concepts Quantum state   · Wave function Superposition

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Force print that page


moving objects and simple machines , but thinkers such as Aristotle and Archimedes retained fundamental errors in understanding force. In part this was due to an incomplete understanding of the sometimes non-obvious force of friction, and a consequently inadequate view of the nature of