alpha-particle bombardment


alpha-particle bombardment
бомбардировка альфа-частицами

ion bombardment — ионная бомбардировка

ionic bombardment — бомбардировка ионами

back bombardment — обратная бомбардировка

atomic bombardment — атомная бомбардировка

nuclear bombardment — бомбардировка ядрами


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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