All isotopes of an element are characterized by having the same number of electrons and protons but different numbers of neutrons.
What does NEL stand for?
NEL stands for Number of Electrons (physics)
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- Network Element Layer
- Neuroendocrinology Letters
- Nevrax Library
- New English Library (publishing)
- No-Evidence Limit (Insurance)
- Non Economic Loss (Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, RSO 1998, Canada)
- Non-English Language
- Nonenhancing Lesion
- North East Line (Singapore mass transit)
- NTT Electronics
- NEU/ERB B2 Ligand Growth Factor
- National Education & Leadership Awards
- National Employment Lawyers Association
- National Environmental Law Association (Australia)
- New England Library Association
- New England Livery Association
- Northeast Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
- Northeastern Loggers' Association
- Northwest Education Loan Association
- Nuclear-Explosive-Like Assembly
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They are also organized by the number of electrons and shells in each atom.
The periodic table is introduced, starting with hydrogen, by emphasizing the number of electrons.
It's the number of electrons needed to fill a shell around the superatom, so that it won't feel a desire to add or shed electrons, which would destabilize its structure.
The electron spin resonance phenomenon is shown by atoms having an odd number of electrons, ions having partly filled inner electron shells and other molecules that carry angular momentum of electronic origin.
The number of electrons that pass any given point in an electrical current every second is 6,242,000,000,000,000,000.
Rubenstein developed an algorithm that looks at the image data from the camera and recognizes "the particular image artifact," as he puts it, that results when gamma rays from radioactive material hit the CCD sensor and produce a high number of electrons in one or two pixels.
Hot cathode emits high number of electrons into the environment.