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How to Pronounce quantal?

Correct pronunciation for the word "quantal" is [kwˈɒntə͡l], [kwˈɒntə‍l], [k_w_ˈɒ_n_t_əl].

What are the misspellings for quantal?

  • 1uantal,
  • 2uantal,
  • wuantal,
  • auantal,
  • qyantal,
  • qhantal,
  • qjantal,
  • qiantal,
  • q8antal,
  • q7antal,
  • quzntal,
  • qusntal,
  • quntal,
  • qauntal,
  • quantall,
  • quental,
  • quantil,
  • quantel,
  • quntel,
  • quantol

"Quantal" in context

Quantal is a word that is used to refer to a single quantum of energy. It is the smallest possible amount of a physical quantity that can be measured. This means that any physical quantity must have an indivisible unit of that quantity to make it meaningful. This can include things like a single piece of matter or a single photon of light.

In quantum mechanics, quantal refers to a discrete event in time that has a specific energy outcome. This can happen in many ways, from radioactive decay to interactions between electrons and protons.

What are similar-sounding words for quantal?

Usage over time for quantal:

This graph shows how "quantal" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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