Tłumaczenia i przykłady
expand_more Pokazuje w jaki sposób atomy w atmosferze Słońca pochłaniają światło.
Niestety, atomy w ciekłym helu znajdują się jeden na drugim.
Wszystkie atomy pulsowałyby zgodnie, emitując światło jednego koloru i częstotliwości.
Przykłady użycia - "atoms" po polsku
Poniższe tłumaczenia pochodzą z zewnętrznych źródeł i mogą być niedokładne. bab.la nie jest odpowiedzialne za ich brzmienie.
EnglishThe sound that you're hearing are the actual emission spectrums of these atoms.
EnglishIt consisted of huge clouds of hydrogen and helium atoms, and they have no structure.
EnglishIt would be all atoms pulsating in unison, emitting light of one color, one frequency.
EnglishIt would take as many human bodies to make up the sun as there are atoms in each of us.
EnglishAnd now, this is a picture of atoms in the Sun's atmosphere absorbing light.
EnglishIt turns out that in many cases atoms are much more mobile than bits.
EnglishThe everyday world is determined by atoms, how they stick together to make molecules.
EnglishThe first one was that when helium atoms touch each other, they repel.
EnglishWe clearly have to be large, compared to atoms, to have layer upon layer of complex structure.
EnglishAnd unfortunately, the helium atoms in liquid helium are right on top of each other.
EnglishStars are fueled by how the nuclei in those atoms react together.
EnglishFour atoms of hydrogen, the four points of the tetrahedron, which means the little carbon atom.
EnglishHe would try to figure out what the quantum wave function of this huge number of atoms looked like.
EnglishSee, back in the 1880s, 1890s, many scientists, many observers, looked at the light given off from atoms.
EnglishImagine if a group of sculptors could be inside of a lattice of atoms and sculpt with their material.
EnglishAnd then there were kind of large spaces in the hollows between the atoms.
EnglishThis is allowing them to find the bonding nodes in any lattice of atoms.
EnglishIt's four blue zinc atoms bonding with one white hydrogen atom.
EnglishIn solids, atoms are stuck together, they can't move.
EnglishBut the atoms in the hand could all just happen to move the same way at the same time, and again and again.