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English-Russian astronomy dictionary. 2013.

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  • Voids — Void steht für: Void (Astronomie), eine astronomische Struktur Void (Verbindungstechnik) Void (Datentyp) Void Vacon, eine französische Gemeinde im Département Meuse, in der Region Lorraine (Lothringen) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • voids — vɔɪd n. emptiness, space, vacuity, opening, gap v. empty; make invalid adj. lacking legal validity, null …   English contemporary dictionary

  • intergranular voids —    Generally primary or secondarily enhanced voids within rocks, with average dimensions of 0.00l to 0.lmm. Such voids, or pores, may provide interconnected porosity in many karst rocks and allow early water movement under laminar flow conditions …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • pair of voids — vakansijų pora statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. double vacancy; pair of vacancies; pair of voids vok. Doppelleerstelle, f; Doppelvakanz, f; Leerstellenpaar, n rus. двойная вакансия, f; пара вакансий, f pranc. bilacune, f; paire de… …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • casting voids — Смотри литейные поры …   Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • secondary interstices —    Voids formed in a rock after the rock had been formed [16] …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • Void (astronomy) — The universe within 1 billion light years (307 Mpc) of Earth, showing local superclusters and voids …   Wikipedia

  • Road — This article is about a route, thoroughfare or way that supports travel by a means of conveyance. For a place outside a harbor where a ship can lie at anchor, see Roadstead. For public roads, see Highway. For other routes, see thoroughfare. For… …   Wikipedia

  • Fastest Trowel on the Block — The Fastest Trowel on the Block Competition is hosted by the Mason Contractors Association of America. The contest showcases the speed and skill of a journeyman mason and how important teamwork is in accomplishing a final product. With the time… …   Wikipedia

  • Void coefficient — In nuclear engineering, the void coefficient (more properly called void coefficient of reactivity ) is a number that can be used to estimate how much the reactivity of a nuclear reactor changes as voids (steam bubbles) form in the reactor… …   Wikipedia

  • Acoustic microscopy — Introduction = Acoustic microscopes employ very high or ultra high frequency ultrasound. These microscopes operate nondestructively and penetrate most solid materials to make visible images of internal features, including defects such as cracks,… …   Wikipedia

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