
Definition of Relativistically
1. Adverb. By the theory of relativity. "This is relativistically impossible"
Definition of Relativistically
1. Adverb. In a relativistic way. ¹
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Literary usage of Relativistically
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1. The Origin and Its Meaning: On the Origin of the Universe and Its Mechanics by Roger Ellman (2004)
"The kinetic energy s] relativistically, that is, the mass is taken as at its rest
va then is taken as all residing in the [theoretical] velocit velocity not ..."
2. Topics in the Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics by Robert Hermann (1973)
"Now, it is wellknown that the irreducible unitary representationsof G determine
the relativistically invariant, "free" quantum mechanical particles. ..."
3. The Modern Revolution in Physics by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"Half of the initial kinetic energy has been converted to heat.6 relativistically,
however, an interesting thing happens. A hot object has more momentum than ..."
4. Gauge Fields and CartanEhresmann Connections by Robert Hermann (1975)
"We will think “nonrelativistically,” although most ideas can be generalized to
be at least in agreement with special relativity. ..."
5. Vectorial Mechanics by Ludwik Silberstein (1913)
"The above is an instructive exercise by itself, and also in connexion with the
theory of the relativistically rigid body, which theory is differential by ..."
6. The Theory of General Relativity and Gravitation: Based on a Course of by Ludwik Silberstein (1922)
"... although a uniform rotation is just one of the possible motions of a
relativistically rigid body (Born, Herglotz). Notwithstanding that 5 was called, ..."
7. The Theory of General Relativity and Gravitation: Based on a Course of by Ludwik Silberstein (1922)
"... although a uniform rotation is just one of the possible motions of a
relativistically rigid body (Born, Herglotz). Notwithstanding that 5 was called, ..."
8. Report on the Quantum Theory of Spectra by Ludwik Silberstein (1920)
"... according to the relativistically refined theory, consist of several distinct
lines, and the intensity of these lines should decrease towards the red ..."