neutrinic etymology

English word neutrinic comes from English -ic, English neutrino

Detailed word origin of neutrinic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ic English (eng) (chemistry) Used to denote certain chemical compounds in which a specified chemical element has a higher oxidation number than in the equivalent compound whose name ends in the suffix -ous. For example sulphuric acid (H₂SO₄) has more oxygen atoms per molecule than sulphurous acid (H₂SO₃).. Used to form adjectives from nouns with the meaning “of or pertaining to”.
neutrino English (eng) An elementary particle that is classified as a lepton, and has an extremely small but nonzero mass and no electric charge. It interacts with the surroundings only via the weak force or gravitation, making it very difficult to detect.
neutrinic English (eng) (physics) relating to neutrinos.

Words with the same origin as neutrinic

Descendants of -ic
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