Definition of Gravitons

1. Noun. (plural of graviton) ¹



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Definition of Gravitons

1. graviton [n] - See also: graviton

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gravitons

gravitaxis
gravithermal
gravitic
gravities
gravitino
gravitinoless
gravitinos
gravitoelectric
gravitoelectromagnetic
gravitoelectromagnetism
gravitomagnetic
gravitomagnetism
gravitometer
gravitometers
graviton
gravitons (current term)
gravitropic
gravitropism
gravity
gravity bomb
gravity bong
gravity bongs
gravity boots
gravity drop
gravity fault
gravity gradient
gravity meter
gravity meters

Literary usage of Gravitons

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1. A Compendious System of Greek Grammar: In English and Greek. An Edition by Edward Wettenhall, William Powell Farrand, William Staughton (1813)
"(2) gravitons,* in <s and vs, which have ©- impure in the genitive, make the accusative both in -a and -,; as, ¡g,s, contention, "g>З®-, ? ..."

2. Scientific Papers by Peter Guthrie Tait (1900)
"In other cases he omitted the word impressa, as being implied in some other adjective such as centripeta, gravitons, &c., which he employed to qualify the ..."

3. First Workshop on Grand Unification: New England Center, University of New by Paul H. Frampton, Sheldon L. Glashow, Asim Yildiz (1980)
"The relic black-body radiation consists of photons, gravitons, and neutrinos. There are about 100 neutrinos/cm3 of each species. ..."

4. The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes by Richard Valpy (1821)
"... words not accented on the last syllable are called barytons pr gravitons. ) 2 The Interjections are included by the Greeks in the Adverbs. ..."

5. Turn of the Century: 2100 by Charlie Pedersen (2007)
"Electromagnetic force Interacts with charged particles like electrons and certain quanta, but not gravitons. Like charges repel, opposites attract. ..."

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