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Nihilistic vs Relativistic - What's the difference?

nihilistic | relativistic |


As adjectives the difference between nihilistic and relativistic

is that nihilistic is of or relating to nihilism while relativistic is (physics) of, or relating to relativity.

Hypervelocity vs Relativistic - What's the difference?

hypervelocity | relativistic |


As a noun hypervelocity

is a very high velocity.

As an adjective relativistic is

(physics) of, or relating to relativity.

Relativistic vs Quasirelativistic - What's the difference?

relativistic | quasirelativistic |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between relativistic and quasirelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) at, or near the speed of light while quasirelativistic is (physics) describing a system that behaves as if it were relativistic.

As adjectives the difference between relativistic and quasirelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) of, or relating to relativity while quasirelativistic is (physics) describing a system that behaves as if it were relativistic.

Relativistic vs Graphino - What's the difference?

relativistic | graphino |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between relativistic and graphino

is that relativistic is (physics) at, or near the speed of light while graphino is (physics) a massless charged relativistic quasiparticle that arises from the low-energy excitations in a 2d graphene sheet interacting with an electromagnetic field.

As an adjective relativistic

is (physics) of, or relating to relativity.

As a noun graphino is

(physics) a massless charged relativistic quasiparticle that arises from the low-energy excitations in a 2d graphene sheet interacting with an electromagnetic field.

Relativistic vs Subrelativistic - What's the difference?

relativistic | subrelativistic |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between relativistic and subrelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) at, or near the speed of light while subrelativistic is (physics) describing a velocity (and associated properties) that is considerably less than the speed of light such that relativistic effects may be ignored.

As adjectives the difference between relativistic and subrelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) of, or relating to relativity while subrelativistic is (physics) describing a velocity (and associated properties) that is considerably less than the speed of light such that relativistic effects may be ignored.

Relativistic vs Chronogeometry - What's the difference?

relativistic | chronogeometry |


As an adjective relativistic

is (physics) of, or relating to relativity.

As a noun chronogeometry is

(physics|mathematics) a form of relativistic geometry in which time is considered as a form of spatial coordinate.

Relativistic vs Semirelativistic - What's the difference?

relativistic | semirelativistic |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between relativistic and semirelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) at, or near the speed of light while semirelativistic is (physics) partially relativistic.

As adjectives the difference between relativistic and semirelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) of, or relating to relativity while semirelativistic is (physics) partially relativistic.

Relativistic vs Ultarelativistic - What's the difference?

relativistic | ultarelativistic |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between relativistic and ultarelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) at, or near the speed of light while ultarelativistic is (physics) describing relativistic speeds very close to the speed of light.

As adjectives the difference between relativistic and ultarelativistic

is that relativistic is (physics) of, or relating to relativity while ultarelativistic is (physics) describing relativistic speeds very close to the speed of light.

Relativistic vs Relativistically - What's the difference?

relativistic | relativistically |


As an adjective relativistic

is (physics) of, or relating to relativity.

As an adverb relativistically is

in a relativistic way.

Relativistic vs Nonrelativsticmechanics - What's the difference?

relativistic | nonrelativsticmechanics |

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