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Fock a.k.a. Fredson Tavares: Fredson Jorge Ramos Tavares, commonly known as Fock, is a Cape Verdean footballer who plays for Batuque FC as a goalkeeper.
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The Challenge of Preparing for EU Accession by Csaba Csáki
Achim Fock is an agricultural economist in World Bank's South Asia department.
With an Explanatory and Critical Commentary and a Revision of the Translation, by Bishops and Other Clergy of the Anglican Church by Frederic Charles Cook
because fock is a collective noun signifying sheep. The next word non, was, the Masorites have changed into Yom, they were, probably because people is also a collective, signifying men. But the change is, to say the least, ...
Dictionary of Physics (2016)
by Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
Here, the wave function is represented as a product of Patomic orbitals (D- Hartree–Fock approximation), or an effective one-particle D'Hamiltonian operatorisconstructed for the given single-electron density (local-density approximation).
by Dipak K. Basu
Fock–Krylov theorem Theorem developed by V.A. Fock and S.N. Krylov (1947) which states that the decay of a quasi-stationary state is related to its energy distribution, in particular that the lifetime τ and the energy width are related by τ = h/2π ...
by Stephen Marvin
Woltjer Minimum Energy Principle; Woltjer- Taylor Minimum Energy Principle BARDEEN-COOPER-SCHRIEFFER MODEL Blos- soming Principle; Hartree Fock Variational Principle; Skyrme Hartree Fock Principle; Time Dependent Hardtree ...
by Alwyn Scott
Inthecase of electron systems, the Hartree approximation soon gave wayto the more appropriate Hartree–Fock (HF) approximation that isbased on a fully antisymmetrized product representation (Slater determinant) ofthe many electron wave ...
by Charles P. Poole, Jr.
HARTREE–FOCK METHOD HARTREE–FOCK METHOD (D. Hartree, 1928; V.A. Fock, 1930) Quantum-mechanical method of description and calculation of systems of interacting fermions, which is widely applied to many-electron ...
A Dictionary of Science (2017)
by Jonathan Law
Fock. degeneracy. A 'hidden' *degeneracy that occurs in the spectrum of the hydrogen atom as a result of the rotational invariance in four dimensions associated with the Coulomb interation between the proton and the electron.
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- Goch Fock
'Goch Fock', three masted barque, 511 grt, built 1951, training ship for the German Navy, at the Tall Ships Race, Torbay, July 1962. She won the 1964 Tall Ships Race. Scanned print taken with a Halina 35X.
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- Holy FOCK!
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Scrabble value of F4O1C3K5
The value of this 4-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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