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coulomb (C) coulomb (#) Fr.: coulomb The unit of → Named after the French physicist Charles Augustin de Coulomb (1736-1806), who pioneered research into magnetism and electricity. |

Coulomb barrier varqe-ye Coulomb (#) Fr.: barrière de Coulomb The energy barrier due to electrostatic interaction that two nuclei (for example two protons) need to overcome so they can get close enough to undergo nuclear fusion (to form a helium). |

Coulomb collision hamkubeš-e Coulomb Fr.: collision coulombienne A particle → |

Coulomb energy kâruž-e Coulomb Fr.: énergie coulombienne The → binding energy per particle (~ 8 Mev). However
the Coulomb repulsion becomes important for heavy nuclei. The total Coulomb energy
of a nucleus is given by: (3/5) Z(Z - 1)e, where ^{2}/RZ
is the → atomic number, e the charge, and R
the nuclear radius. Since R ∝ A and ^{1/3}Z is roughly
proportional to A, the Coulomb energy is roughly proportional to
A. On the other hand,
the total binding energy is proportional to ^{5/3}A, which means that the relative
importance of the repulsive electrostatic energy increases with increasing mass
number as A.^{2/3} |

Coulomb excitation barangizeš-e Coulomb Fr.: excitation coulombienne The transition to a higher → → |

Coulomb force niru-ye Coulomb (#) Fr.: force de Coulomb An attractive or repulsive → |

Coulomb gauge gaz-e Coulomb Fr.: jauge de Coulomb The optimum → |

Coulomb interaction andaržireš-e Coulomb Fr.: interaction de Coulomb The reciprocal force between two or more → → |

Coulomb pressure fešâr-e Coulomb Fr.: pression de Coulomb The repulsive interaction due to the → a is some typical separation between the ions. The Coulomb
pressure is expected to become important when the ratio
Γ is much larger than 1.
In that case, Coulomb effects dominate those of
→ _{C} = Z^{2}e^{2}/akTthermal agitation and the gas settles down into a
→ crystal. |

Coulomb's law qânun-e Coulomb (#) Fr.: loi de Coulomb The electrical force between two charged objects is directly proportional to the product of the quantity of charge on the objects and inversely proportional to the square of the separation distance between the two objects |

screened Coulomb interaction andaržireš-e bâparde-ye Coulomb Fr.: interaction de Coulomb écrantée The → → |

statcoulomb estât-coulomb Fr.: stat-coulomb A unit of → |