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atomic energy in Power topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishatomic energyaˌtomic ˈenergy noun [uncountable]  TPnuclear energy
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atomic energySingh proposed that industrial licences be abolished except in certain strategic sectors such as the arms industry, atomic energy and strategic minerals.Still, I catch glimpses of the same atomic energy she has always had, the same joie de vivre.Substantial amounts have been earmarked for energy - mainly to a new agency for energy management and the atomic energy agency.We had great difficulty getting information on the atomic energy privatisation measure.These two effects split the atomic energy levels into several components, producing the so-called hyperfine structure.