Definition of Anomalously. Meaning of Anomalously. Synonyms of Anomalously

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Definition of Anomalously

Anomalously
Anomalously A*nom"a*lous*ly, adv. In an anomalous manner.

Meaning of Anomalously from wikipedia

- Quantum anomalous Hall effect is the "quantum" version of the anomalous Hall effect. While the anomalous Hall effect requires a combination of magnetic...
- Anomalous pulmonary venous connection (or anomalous pulmonary venous drainage or anomalous pulmonary venous return) is a congenital defect of the pulmonary...
- as the rule for bishops. They asked it on the grounds that it would be anomalous that married Anglican priests can be received into the Catholic Church...
- Anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA or Bland-White-Garland syndrome or White-Garland syndrome) is a rare congenital anomaly...
- Anomalous diffusion is a diffusion process with a non-linear relationship to time, in contrast to a typical diffusion process, in which the mean squared...
- ligand-metal charge transfer (X−Ag+ → XAg) decreases. The fluoride is anomalous, as the fluoride ion is so small that it has a considerable solvation...
- and smaller atomic size correlates with higher electronegativity. The anomalously high electronegativity of lead, particularly when compared to thallium...
- attached to another continent. The current geologic era is relatively anomalous in that so much of the continental areas are "high and dry"; that is,...
- In X-ray crystallography, anomalous scattering refers to a change in a diffracting X-ray’s phase that is unique from the rest of the atoms in a crystal...
- Drijfhout (2018). "A novel probabilistic forecast system predicting anomalously warm 2018–2022 reinforcing the long-term global warming trend". Nature...
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