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Impuls {m}Maskulinum (der) momentum
Moment {n}Neutrum (das) [phys.] (Impuls, Kraftwirkung, Triebkraft) momentum
Moment {n}Neutrum (das) [phys.] (Kraftvektor) momentum
Impulsbilanz {f}Femininum (die) [phys.] momentum balance
Impulserhaltung {f}Femininum (die) [phys.] momentum conservation
Impulsabhängigkeit {f}Femininum (die) [phys.] momentum dependence
Impulsdiffusion {f}Femininum (die) [phys.] momentum diffusion
Impulsbereich {m}Maskulinum (der) [phys.] momentum range
Impulsdarstellung {f}Femininum (die) [phys., math.] momentum representation
Impulsübertragung {f}Femininum (die) [phys.] momentum transfer
Impulsübertrag {m}Maskulinum (der) [phys.] momentum transfer
Impulsdiffusionskoeffizient {m}Maskulinum (der) [phys.] momentum diffusion coefficient
Impulsraum {m}Maskulinum (der) [phys.] momentum space


Beispielsätze

The first uprising momentum of the whale—modifying its direction as he struck the surface—involuntarily launched him along it, to a little distance from the centre of the destruction he had made; and with his back to it, he now lay for a moment slowly feeling with his flukes from side to side; and whenever a stray oar, bit of plank, the least chip or crumb of the boats touched his skin, his tail swiftly drew back, and came sideways smiting the sea.
Neither army was broken up, but the Russian army retreated immediately after the collision as inevitably as a ball recoils after colliding with another having a greater momentum, and with equal inevitability the ball of invasion that had advanced with such momentum rolled on for some distance, though the collision had deprived it of all its force.
And meanwhile, the very next morning after the battle, the French army advanced of itself upon the Russians, carried forward by the force of its own momentum now seemingly increased in inverse proportion to the square of the distance from its aim.
For military science to say this is like defining momentum in mechanics by reference to the mass only: stating that momenta are equal or unequal to each other simply because the masses involved are equal or unequal.
Secondly it was impossible, because to paralyze the momentum with which Napoleon’s army was retiring, incomparably greater forces than the Russians possessed would have been required.
It is not more true in the former, that a large body is with more difficulty set in motion than a smaller one, and that its subsequent momentum is commensurate with this difficulty, than it is, in the latter, that intellects of the vaster capacity, while more forcible, more constant, and more eventful in their movements than those of inferior grade, are yet the less readily moved, and more embarrassed and full of hesitation in the first few steps of their progress.
This idea admits not of precise demonstration, because there is no rule by which we can measure the momentum of civil power necessary to the government of any given number of individuals; but when we consider that the island of Britain, nearly commensurate with each of the supposed confederacies, contains about eight millions of people, and when we reflect upon the degree of authority required to direct the passions of so large a society to the public good, we shall see no reason to doubt that the like portion of power would be sufficient to perform the same task in a society far more numerous.
They often appear disposed to exert an imperious control over the other departments; and as they commonly have the people on their side, they always act with such momentum as to make it very difficult for the other members of the government to maintain the balance of the Constitution.


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