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Meanings and phrases
- an impelling force or strength; impulse
- the product of a body's mass and its velocity
- the product of the momentum of a rotating body and its distance from the axis of rotation
- The orbital angular momentum of electrons is quantized.
- its spin and its orbital angular momentum.
- The angular momentum "L" of the circular orbit scales as .
- the principle that the total linear momentum in a closed system is constant and is not affected by processes occurring inside the system
- Saudi Islamism gained momentum following 1991 Gulf War.
- The rebellion gained momentum quickly.
- Eita eventually returned to the ring and gained momentum on Liger.
- Aptekar was among those violently opposed to the change, which failed to gain momentum.
- Morrison's international career began to gain momentum during his time at Birmingham City.
- The film begins to gain momentum after the wedding, when a series of events seal Chucho's fate.
- By the 1950s, the civil rights movement was gaining momentum.
- Meanwhile, in Hungary a small-scale revolt had broken out in May and was fast gaining momentum.
- A movement for the re-opening of the railway line has been gaining momentum over the past 2 years.
- In reality, both energy and momentum are conserved, so the two approaches are equally valid.
- In particular, the "" is directly related to the energy and momentum of whatever matter and radiation are present.
- In general relativity, one cannot describe the energy and momentum of the gravitational field by an energy–momentum tensor.
- They lost momentum and went through a losing streak.
- In 1656, Innocent X died and the project lost momentum.
- A 1930s undertaking, Childs' business eventually lost momentum during the Great Depression.