Part of the Advanced Texts in Physics book series (ADTP)
The name “electron”, which is derived from the Greek word for amber, was coined by the English physicist Stoney in 1894.
KeywordsNeutron Beam Helium Atom Atomic Beam Fresnel Zone Atomic Interferometry
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