Thermal Energy - Thermal Energy of Individual Particles

Thermal Energy of Individual Particles

The term thermal energy is also often used as a property of single particles to designate the kinetic energy of the particles. An example is the description of thermal neutrons having a certain thermal energy, which means that the kinetic energy of the particle is equivalent to the temperature of its surroundings.

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