The quality in a sound of being deep, full, and reverberating
A level at which resonance occurs; specifically an energy level of an atomic nucleus corresponding to a state of resonance.
Attributive designating a spectroscopic technique in which a Raman spectrum is excited by light having a frequency equal to that of an allowed electronic transition of the scattering molecules, leading to enhanced vibrations of parts of the molecule involved in the transition; relating to or involving this technique; (also, not attributive) resonance Raman spectroscopy.
Nuclear Physics the absorption by an atomic nucleus of a particle having one of certain well-defined values of energy.
A value of the energy of a system at which the system undergoes resonance.
A molecular structure regarded as the result of resonance between two or more different structures.
(According to the theory developed by Rupert Sheldrake, British biologist b.1942) a paranormal influence by which a pattern of events or behaviour can facilitate subsequent occurrences of similar patterns
Absorption of energy or of a particle under conditions of resonance; specifically resonance capture of a particle by an atomic nucleus; an instance of this.
Fluorescence in which the light emitted has the same wavelength as the light exciting the emission.
= resonant frequency.
Radiation emitted in resonance fluorescence.
Elastic scattering of a particle by an atomic nucleus at an energy of the incident particle for which the scattering cross-section is large compared with that for adjacent values of the energy; also called resonant scattering.
The stabilization of a molecular structure by resonance; the extent of this.
A spectroscopic method of locating electrons within the molecules of a paramagnetic substance
A technique for producing images of bodily organs by measuring the response of the atomic nuclei of body tissues to high-frequency radio waves when placed in a strong magnetic field
The absorption of electromagnetic radiation by a nucleus having a magnetic moment when in an external magnetic field, used mainly as an analytical technique and in diagnostic body imaging