Definition of Muonium

1. Noun. (physics chemistry) an exotic atom formed when a positively charged muon (an anti-muon) and an electron are bound by their mutual electrical attraction; chemically equivalent to a light, short-lived isotope of hydrogen ¹



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Definition of Muonium

1. an electron and a positive muon bound together [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muonium

muntings
muntins
muntjac
muntjack
muntjacks
muntjacs
muntjak
muntjaks
munts
muntu
muntus
muon
muon neutrino
muon neutrinos
muonic
muonium (current term)
muoniums
muonless
muons
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muppetry
muqaddam
muqaddams
mura
muraba
murabba
muraena
muraenas
muraenid
muraenids

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1. A Practical treatise on the diseases of infancy and childhood by Thomas Hawkes Tanner, Alfred Meadows (1879)
"... Maternal impressions, effect of, on foetus in utero, 18 Measles, 108 Meatus auditorius, foreign bodies in, 393 muonium, 68 Medicines, classification of, ..."

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