Definition of Anomalousness. Meaning of Anomalousness. Synonyms of Anomalousness

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Definition of Anomalousness

Anomalousness
Anomalousness A*nom"a*lous*ness, n. Quality of being anomalous.

Meaning of Anomalousness 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...
- congenital heart disease affecting the myocardial muscle ****l anomalies Anomalous, a species of moth in the Noctuid family Chromosome anomaly, a disorder...
- Anomalous pulmonary venous connection (or anomalous pulmonary venous drainage or anomalous pulmonary venous return) is a congenital defect of the pulmonary...
- 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...
- 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...
- 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...
- energy when added. In going down a group, around one-third of elements are anomalous, with heavier elements having higher electron affinities than their next...
- Single-wavelength anomalous diffraction (SAD) is a technique used in X-ray crystallography that facilitates the determination of the structure of proteins...
- Some minor local features, prin****lly mists and dews, are caused by the anomalous bulk of St Peter's Basilica, the elevation, the fountains and the size...
- In quantum electrodynamics, the anomalous magnetic moment of a particle is a contribution of effects of quantum mechanics, expressed by Feynman diagrams...
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