MEV

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AcronymDefinition
MEVModern English Version (Bible edition)
MEVMega (Million) Electron-Volts
MEVMission Extension Vehicle (spacecraft technique)
MEVMillion Electron Volts
MEVMiddle Earth Vault (forum)
MEVMedical Ventures Corp (stock symbol)
MEVMusica Elettronica Viva (band)
MEVMacro Economische Verkenning (Dutch: Macro Economic Outlook)
MEVMinden-Tahoe Airport (Nevada)
MEVMega Electron Volt
MEVMedical Evacuation Vehicle
MEVMaximum Expected Value
MEVMechanical Extract Ventilation (construction)
MEVMillion Entering Vehicles (vehicle crash rate)
MEVManchester Event Volunteers (UK)
MEVMulti Experiment Viewer
MEVMilli-Electron Volt
MEVMesa de Entradas Virtual (Spanish)
MEVMilitary Equipment Valuation
MEVMouse Encephalomyelitis Virus
MEVMaven Evangelism
MEVMain Electrical Vendor
MEVMevalonate Uptake Facilitator
MEVMorir Es Vivir (band)
MEVMean Estimated Value
MEVMilli Egitim Vakfi (Turkish)
MEVMission Essential Variant
MEVMacro Economic Outlook (The Netherlands)
MEVMulti-Entry Visa
MEVMain Engine Valve
MEVMachinery Equipment & Vehicles
MEVMarket Enterprise Value
MEVMissionaries of Evangelium Vitae
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ALICE's superconducting linear accelerator accelerated electrons to 99.9 percent of the speed of light, creating a beam with a total energy of 11 million electron volts.
The most important radioactive-decay lines of astrophysical interest lie on the lower edge of Integral's energy range, between 0.5 and 5 million electron volts (MeV), according to James D.
Washington, Nov 18 (ANI): UK's next-generation particle accelerator, ALICE, has achieved a major milestone by producing a high-energy particle beam with a total energy of nearly four and a half million electron volts.
Their energies range from about 10 million to 100 million electron volts, which means they're moving very fast but still far below the speed of light.
The missing energy would amount to about 1 million electron volts, which is twice the rest mass of an electron, and would be a telltale signature of the mirror universe, Gninenko asserts.
But its energy range, from 5,000 to 30 million electron volts, overlaps the low-end range of GLAST's Large Area Telescope to permit bursts seen by the latter to be compared with the database of bursts previously recorded.
Until an unexcited nucleus gains about 2 million electron volts (MeV) of energy, theories predict, its nucleons should orbit in well-defined pairs of identical particles.
To produce the latter, the electric fields above storm clouds would have to accelerate electrons to energies of a million electron volts, making them some 30 times more powerful than the fields normally associated with lightning.
These emissions, with energies between 3 million and 7 million electron volts, appear to result from the bombardment of hydrogen and helium atoms by low-energy cosmic rays, chiefly carbon and oxygen nuclei.
A year's worth of observations by the satellite's Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) were combined to produce this false-color view of the cosmos at energies above 100 million electron volts. Diffuse emissions from the Milky Way run horizontally across the map, which is shown in galactic coordinates with the galaxy's nucleus at center.
This is as far beyond low-energy gamma rays of 1 million electron volts as those are from the near infrared.
The instrument counted photons with energies greater than 100 million electron volts, produced when high-energy cosmic-ray particles (electrons and atomic nuclei) collide with interstellar material.
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