Definition of Subatoms

1. Noun. (plural of subatom) ¹



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Definition of Subatoms

1. subatom [n] - See also: subatom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subatoms

subashis
subaspect
subaspects
subastral
subastringent
subatlantic
subatmosphere
subatmospheric
subatom
subatomic
subatomic particle
subatomic particles
subatomically
subatoms (current term)
subattribute
subattributes
subaudi
subaudible
subaudio
subaudite
subaudition
subauditions
subaural
subaverage
subaverages
subaxial
subaxillary
subbag

Literary usage of Subatoms

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1. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"... itself far beyond the limits of direct perception, is but a connected system of monads or subatoms which are not electrified matter, but are electricity ..."

2. Bulletin by United States Weather Bureau (1902)
"subatoms. The laws of circular refraction exhibit evidences of operation, and the forces of electricity and magnetism also seem to play an important part in ..."

3. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1902)
"The transparency of aluminum to Röntgen radiation is explained on the theory that aluminum atoms and cathode-stream subatoms are made up of ultimate atoms ..."

4. Aether and Matter: A Development of the Dynamical Relations of the Aether to by Joseph Larmor (1900)
"... of each of the ultimate subatoms, or as we may call them protions of which an aggregation, in stable orbital motion round each other, go to make up the ..."

5. Aether and Matter: A Development of the Dynamical Relations of the Aether to by Joseph Larmor (1900)
"... represents in various ways the permanence and mobility of these subatoms of matter: but it entirely fails to include an electric charge as part of their ..."

6. Aether and Matter: A Development of the Dynamical Relations of the Aether to by Joseph Larmor (1900)
"The fluid vortex atom of Lord Kelvin faithfully represents in various ways the permanence and mobility of these subatoms of matter: but it entirely fails to ..."

7. Freedom and Authority in Religion by Edgar Young Mullins (1913)
"... in their turn, will give place to others still more complex, if the same method is pursued, until the succession of atoms and subatoms will make ..."

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