Adiabatic Ionization Energy

Science / Chemistry / Adiabatic Ionization Energy: The lowest energy required to remove an electron from an atom, ion, or molecule in the gas phase. The adiabatic ionization energy is the difference between the ground state energy of the ion formed and the energy of the original atom, molecule, or ion.

Other Words for Energy

Energy Verb Synonyms: vitality, forcefulness, vivacity, liveliness, vigor, animation, spirit, force, dynamism, drive, verve, dash, intensity, power, determination, puissance, strength, might, pep, vim and vigor, stick-to-it-iveness, get-up-and-go, zip, zing
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Vertical Ionization Energy

Science / Chemistry / Vertical Ionization Energy: The energy required to remove an electron from an atom, molecule, or ion in the gas phase without moving any nuclei. The vertical ionization energy is greater than or equal to the adiabatic ionization MORE

Home Energy Rating System (HERS)

Business / Real Estate / Home Energy Rating System (HERS): A standardized system for rating the energy efficiency of residential buildings. MORE

Human Energy Dynamics

Health / Massage / Human Energy Dynamics: This therapy, though similar to reiki, uses the English language instead of symbols. It involves setting up and normalizing polarities, as well as bringing universal energy into structures of the body MORE

Internal Energy

Science / Chemistry / Internal Energy: Internal energy (U) is defined so that changes in internal energy (deltau) are equal to the heat absorbed or released by a process running at constant volume. While changes in internal energy can be m MORE

Helmholtz Free Energy

Science / Chemistry / Helmholtz Free Energy: A thermodynamic property that can be used to predict whether a process will occur spontaneously at constant volume and temperature. Helmholtz free energy A is defined as A = U - TS where U, T and S ar MORE

Ionization Energy

Science / Chemistry / Ionization Energy: The energy needed to remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion. MORE

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