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1. He's very interested in nuclear physics.
2. Does your interest in nuclear physics extend to nuclear weaponry?
3. Nuclear physics is a closed book to most of us.
4. Elena fostered Nicu's interest in nuclear physics.
5. Tom, this ain't nuclear physics!
6. Like Nicu she studied nuclear physics, but unlike Valentin, she was never considered suitable for study abroad.
7. In 1992/93, after a review of nuclear physics has been completed, it will require ￡5 million, open or shut.
8. His area of concentration is nuclear physics.
9. Nuclear physics is a closed book to me.
10. This book provides a good approach to nuclear physics.
11. At that time nuclear physics had no practical applications.
12. Nuclear Physics is my major.
13. He has an immense grasp of nuclear physics.
14. Main tracking students have nuclear physics, professional air dynamics, missile and space satellite related engineering, nanotechnology, with super computer and encryption related major.
15. Basic concepts of nuclear physics with emphasis on nuclear structure and radiation interactions with matter.
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16. He studies nuclear physics.
17. Nuclear physics has provided extensive experimental support for the mass - energy equivalence.
18. He held a chair in physics from 1937 until his retirement publishing more than 150 papers on atomic and nuclear physics.
19. Thermoluminescence dating and environmental radiation monitoring is also pursued within the nuclear physics group.
20. The other simple analogy is to the chain reaction of nuclear physics.
21. It's a subject whose passion for diagrams and abbreviations and formulae can give nuclear physics a run for its money.
22. He says Harwell has now expanded from dealing solely with the field of nuclear physics.
23. This sub-atomic medium has been defined as an energy-rich substrate,[sentencedict.com] the common denominator in all particle reactions in nuclear physics.
24. Her life was bound up in the study of nuclear physics.
25. This covers almost the whole of extranuclear physics and most of nuclear physics, too.
26. Today we'll have a look at a hadron collider of the Nuclear Physics Institute in Novosibirsk.
27. Introduction of average nucleonic energy is an new concept in nuclear physics. The necessity of introduction and the way how to introduce it are two questions worthy of discussion.
28. Yes, she's really good. She's better at that than nuclear physics. - Mm - hmm. And – and.
29. It has been widely used in the fields of cosmography physics, geophysical studies, biomedical research and nuclear physics.
30. The book certainly awakened in me an interest in nuclear physics.
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