
Từ điển WordNet v3.1  WordNet Dictionary
natural philosophy
the science of matter and energy and their interactions  his favorite subject was physics • Syn: physics • Derivationally related forms: physical (for: physics), physicist (for: physics) • Members of this Topic: attractive, repulsive, coherent, uncharged, miscible, mixable, immiscible, nonmiscible, unmixable, critical, noncritical, diabatic, adiabatic, viscoelastic, fissionable, fissile, nonfissionable, free, bound, identical, aeolotropic, eolotropic, reactive, activated, excited, unreactive, hyperfine, chaotic, fiducial, nuclear, metastable, quantal, quantized, dynamic, hydrodynamic, aerodynamic, rheologic, rheological, mesonic, mesic, reversibly, phase space, containment, hodoscope, magnet, meniscus, nuclear reactor, reactor, metastability, isotropy, symmetry, duality, waveparticle duality, absorptivity, absorption factor, reluctivity, rest mass, relativistic mass, gravitational mass, inertial mass, mass energy, flux density, flux, optical density, transmission density, photographic density, absorbance, quantum, attractor, attracter, BoseEinstein statistics, Dalton's law, Dalton's law of partial pressures, law of partial pressures, MaxwellBoltzmann distribution law, Boltzmann distribution law, FermiDirac statistics, GayLussac's law, Charles's law, law of volumes, Hooke's law, Kirchhoff's laws, law of gravitation, Newton's law of gravitation, law of thermodynamics, massenergy equivalence, Planck's law, Planck's radiation law, theory of gravitation, theory of gravity, gravitational theory, Newton's theory of gravitation, principle of relativity, principle of equivalence, field theory, Bohr theory, conservation, parity, conservation of parity, spacereflection symmetry, mirror symmetry, wave theory, undulatory theory, wave theory of light, corpuscular theory, corpuscular theory of light, kinetic theory, kinetic theory of gases, relativity, theory of relativity, relativity theory, Einstein's theory of relativity, supersymmetry, quantum theory, dynamical system, chaos, collision, hit, gravity wave, gravitation wave, oscillation, vibration, wave, undulation, soliton, soliton wave, solitary wave, transient, quantum jump, recombination, transmutation, amplitude, node, antinode, center of buoyancy, centre of buoyancy, center of immersion, centre of immersion, wave front, wavefront, couple, elementary particle, fundamental particle, quark, weakly interacting massive particle, WIMP, physicist, Coriolis effect, perturbation, atomic spectrum, cohesion, Coriolis force, energy, free energy, power, work, force, gravity, gravitation, gravitational attraction, gravitational force, inertia, angular acceleration, angular velocity, light, visible light, visible radiation, sympathetic vibration, magnetic dipole moment, reluctance, scintillation, shear, stress, tension, strain, interaction, fundamental interaction, strong interaction, strong force, color force, weak interaction, weak force, absorption, diffusion, nuclear reaction, relaxation, relaxation behavior, spallation, modulus, coefficient of elasticity, modulus of elasticity, elastic modulus, gas constant, universal gas constant, R, gravitational constant, universal gravitational constant, constant of gravitation, G, metric function, metric, abundance, pencil, dip, angle of dip, magnetic dip, magnetic inclination, inclination, ground state, absorber, atom, molecule, acceleration, deceleration, bombard, backscatter, transform, disintegrate, decay, decompose, magnetize, magnetise, demagnetize, demagnetise, degauss, quench, liquefy, liquify, liquidize, liquidise, solidify, freeze, freeze out, freeze down, crystallize, crystallise, crystalize, crystalise, decouple, polarize, polarise, electrify, depolarize, depolarise, quantize, quantise, induce, induct, translate • Hypernyms: natural science • Hyponyms: astronomy, uranology, aeronautics, astronautics, biophysics, cryogenics, cryogeny, crystallography, electromagnetism, electromagnetics, electronics, electrostatics, mechanics, nuclear physics, atomic physics, nucleonics, optics, particle physics, highenergy physics, high energy physics, plasma physics, quantum physics, rheology, solidstate physics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics



