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  • See also: Rutherford After Ernest Rutherford. rutherford ‎(plural rutherfords) An obsolete unit of radioactivity (symbol: rd), defined as the activity
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  • Geiger who developed the first such device in 1908 together with Ernest Rutherford. (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈɡaɪɡə ˈkaʊntə/ (US) IPA(key):
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  •  Rezerfordijs on Latvian Wikipedia Wikipedia lv Named after Ernest Rutherford (in Latvian, Ernests Rezerfords). rezerfordijs m (1st declension) rutherfordium
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  • See also: Rutherfordium Named for Ernest Rutherford rutherfordium ‎(uncountable) Wikipedia has an article on: rutherfordium Wikipedia A transuranic
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  • After New Zealander physicist Ernest Rutherford. (South Brazil) IPA(key): /ˌhu.teɻ.ˈfɔɻ.d͡ʒi.o/, /ˌhu.teɻ.ˈfɔɻ.d͡ʒjo/ Hyphenation: ru‧ter‧fór‧di‧o ruterfórdio
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  • deviations) Used other than as an idiom: see magnetic,‎ deviation. 1904, Ernest Rutherford, Radio-activity, Dover, 2004, page 117, Preliminary experiments with
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  • ablative singular of rutherfordium From Rutherford +‎ -io, after chemist and physicist Ernest Rutherford. IPA(key): /ru.teɾ.ˈfoɾ.ðjo/ rutherfordio m
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  • institutions named Rutherford. (specifically, physics) Of or pertaining to Ernest Rutherford, his planetary model of the atom (called the Rutherford model), or
    458 bytes (53 words) - 22:54, 26 July 2016
  • A name proposed by Ernest Rutherford and other chemists, from Ancient Greek word for "double". diplogen ‎(uncountable) (dated) deuterium diplon
    285 bytes (20 words) - 21:28, 27 April 2016
  • most Aprilly) (rare) Characteristic of the month of April. 1907, Samuel Rutherford Crockett, The iron lord It was a summer such as had not often been seen
    778 bytes (104 words) - 15:13, 27 July 2016
  • light touch and compassionate actions. 1894, Alexander Whyte, Samuel Rutherford - and some of his correspondents: Earlston must have remembered once dining
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