Definition of Thermalization

1. Noun. (physics) The process of reaching thermal equilibrium by mutual interaction ¹



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Definition of Thermalization

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thermalization

thermal spectrum
thermal spring
thermal springs
thermal turbulence
thermal velocity
thermalgesia
thermalgia
thermalgravimetric
thermalisation
thermalise
thermalised
thermalises
thermalising
thermalism
thermality
thermalization (current term)
thermalizations
thermalize
thermalized
thermalizes
thermalizing
thermally
thermals
thermanalgesia
thermanesthesia
thermantidote
thermantidotes
thermatology
therme
thermel

Literary usage of Thermalization

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1. Mineral Springs of North America: How to Reach, and how to Use Them by John Jennings Moorman (1873)
"Saratoga and Ballston Group—Classification of Waters—Geological Position—thermalization of Waters—Analysis of Various Springs, etc. ..."

2. Mineral Springs of North America: How to Reach, and how to Use Them by John Jennings Moorman (1873)
"Saratoga and Ballston Group—Classification of Waters—Geological Position—thermalization of Waters—Analysis of Various Springs, etc. ..."

3. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002, Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"... thermalization). This model combines both an INC part and a pre-equilibrium part. Nuclear potential effects (refraction and reflection) are modelled ..."

4. The Santa Rita Experimental Range: History and Annotated Bibliography (1903 by Alvin L. Medina (1997)
"Soil moisture measurements were made using the neutron thermalization method. The mean daily use of soil moisture for an average tree was 468 liters in the ..."

5. National Accounts of OECD Countries: V.2 by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2004)
"... thermalization). This model combines both an INC part and a pre-equilibrium part. Nuclear potential effects (refraction and reflection) are modelled ..."

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