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antielement (plural antielements)
- The antimatter analog of an element; antiatom.
- 1981, Saul J. Adelman, Benjamin Adelman, Bound for the stars, page 206:
- He began his analysis by assuming that antimatter could be produced in adequate quantity — which he believes impossible or extremely expensive with present-day technology — and that antihydrogen would be the easiest antielement to produce.
- 1994, Sven Kullander, Kullander Sven, Börje Larsson, Out of Sight!: From Quarks to Living Cells, →ISBN, page 218:
- In principle the energy should have been enough for the production of even heavier antinuclei. However, the probability for production of heavier masses is very tiny, and antihelium-3 is still the heaviest known antielement.
- 2018, Memet Şahin, Abdullah Kargın, Mehmet Ali Çoban, Fixed Point Theorem for Neutrosophic Triplet Partial Metric Space:
- In a neutrosophic triplet set, there is a neutral element and antielement for each element.