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 English Japanese (Kanji)
second quantisation (physics), second quantization第二量子化 [だいにりょうしか]
(comp) quantization noise量子化雑音 [りょうしかざつおん]
(math) (physics) approximate solution近似解 [きんじかい]
(math) (physics) conformal共形 [きょうけい]
(math) (physics) exact solution厳密解 [げんみつかい]
(math) (physics) reciprocity, duality (physics)双対 [そうたい]
(math) (physics) reciprocity, duality (physics)双対 [そうつい]
(physics) initial velocity初速 [しょそく]
action integral (physics)作用積分 [さようせきぶん]
analyticity (physics)解析性 [かいせきせい]
angular momentum (physics)角運動量 [かくうんどうりょう]
antimatter (physics)反物質 [はんぶっしつ]
antiproton (physics)反陽子 [はんようし]
applied physics応用物理学 [おうようぶつりがく]
astro-physics, astrophysics天体物理学 [てんたいぶつりがく]
asymptotic freedom (physics)漸近的自由 [ぜんきんてきじゆう]
atomic physics, nuclear physics原子物理学 [げんしぶつりがく]
bare mass (physics)裸の質量 [はだかのしつりょう]
baryon-baryon interaction (physics)バリオン間相互作用 [ばりおんかんそうごさよう]
bremsstrahlung (physics), X-rays produced when fast electrons pass through matter制動放射 [せいどうほうしゃ]
bremsstrahlung (physics), X-rays produced when fast electrons pass through matter制動輻射 [せいどうふくしゃ]
chemical physics化学物理学 [かがくぶつりがく]
classical physics古典物理学 [こてんぶつりがく]
cloud physics雲物理学 [うんぶつりがく]
collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in; decay (physics)崩壊 [ほうかい]
collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in; decay (physics)崩潰 [ほうかい]
compound nucleus (physics)複合核 [ふくごうかく]
compound process (nuclear physics)複合核過程 [ふくごうかくかてい]
condensed matter physics物性物理学 [ぶっせいぶつりがく]
conformal field theory (physics)共形場理論 [きょうけいばりろん]
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