Definition of Positronium

1. Noun. (physics chemistry) An exotic atom consisting of a positron and an electron, but having no nucleus ¹



2. Noun. (physics) An onium consisting of a positron (anti-electron) and an electron, as a particle–anti-particle bound pair. ¹

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Definition of Positronium

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Literary usage of Positronium

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1. Proceedings of the Workshop on Ion and Slow Positron Beam Utilisation by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, NEA Nuclear Science Committee, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (1999)
"In smaller cavities the energy level of the positronium would be higher than ... positronium in the first state (triplet state) will live sufficiently long ..."

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