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This is the greatest invite of All time

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  1. RainingBlood
    Eclair Sep 11, 2014


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  2. Nikkoki
    Eclair Sep 11, 2014


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  3. skamp
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014

    skamp , Sep 11, 2014 :
    Hey!

    Thank you for sharing your invites with us!

    I would really love to buy one of this amazing phones! Currently I am using Samsung Galaxy ACE, but I really don't want to pay Samsung or Apple so much money!

    Best regards,
    Ziga
     

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  4. JZ4
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014


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  5. waltzation
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014


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  6. willxhunting
    Honeycomb Sep 11, 2014


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  7. Marvel1407
    Gingerbread Sep 11, 2014


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  8. kaiwid23
    Eclair Sep 11, 2014

    kaiwid23 , Sep 11, 2014 :
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    The history of nuclear physics as a discipline distinct from atomic physics starts with the discovery of radioactivity by Henri Becquerel in 1896,[1] while investigating phosphorescence in uranium salts.[2] The discovery of theelectron by J. J. Thomson a year later was an indication that the atom had internal structure. At the turn of the 20th century the accepted model of the atom was J. J. Thomson's plum pudding model in which the atom was a large positively charged ball with small negatively charged electrons embedded inside of it. By the turn of the century physicists had also discovered three types of radiation emanating from atoms, which they named alpha,beta, and gamma radiation. Experiments in 1911 by Otto Hahn, and by James Chadwick in 1914 discovered that the beta decay spectrum was continuous rather than discrete. That is, electrons were ejected from the atom with a range of energies, rather than the discrete amounts of energies that were observed in gamma and alpha decays. This was a problem for nuclear physics at the time, because it indicated that energy was not conserved in these decays.

    In 1905, Albert Einstein formulated the idea of mass–energy equivalence. While the work on radioactivity by Becquerel and Marie Curie predates this, an explanation of the source of the energy of radioactivity would have to wait for the discovery that the nucleus itself was composed of smaller constituents, the nucleons.
     

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  9. OPOForMe
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014


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  10. RightOn
    Froyo Sep 11, 2014


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  11. kendel
    Gingerbread Sep 11, 2014


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  12. Bentils
    Honeycomb Sep 11, 2014


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  13. tdd71354
    Eclair Sep 11, 2014


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  14. flipanda
    Eclair Sep 11, 2014


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  15. Ponds186
    KitKat Sep 11, 2014


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  16. dragonflyz
    Donut Sep 11, 2014


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  17. omarelkh
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014


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  18. Ayon
    Gingerbread Sep 11, 2014


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  19. khanshadab786
    Cupcake Sep 11, 2014


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  20. dontelother
    Donut Sep 11, 2014

    dontelother , Sep 11, 2014 :
    thanks for sharing your invite in the community! eagerly waiting for your invite! :) plz PM me if you pick me for invitation!
     

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