positive hole


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  • positive hole — /pɒzətɪv ˈhoʊl/ (say pozuhtiv hohl) noun Physics a hole created in a crystal lattice when an electron leaves the lattice, the negative electron leaving behind a positive space; used in a p type semiconductor …   Australian English dictionary

  • Hole (band) — Hole The current line up performing live in March 2010. Background information Origin Los Angeles, California, United States …   Wikipedia

  • hole — [hōl] n. [ME < OE hol, orig. neut. of adj. holh, hollow, akin to Ger hohl < IE base * kaul , *kul , hollow, hollow stalk > L caulis, Gr kaulos, stalk] 1. a hollow or hollowed out place; cavity; specif., a) an excavation or pit ☆ b) a… …   English World dictionary

  • Hole Accumulation Diode — (HAD) is a patented technique of the SONY Corporation to reduce electronic noise in a CCD or CMOS imaging sensor by reducing the so called dark current that occur in the absence of light falling on the imager for noise reduction and enhanced… …   Wikipedia

  • hole — holeless, adj. holey, adj. /hohl/, n., v., holed, holing. n. 1. an opening through something; gap; aperture: a hole in the roof; a hole in my sock. 2. a hollow place in a solid body or mass; a cavity: a hole in the ground. 3. the excavated… …   Universalium

  • Hole in the Head — Single infobox Name = Hole in the Head |200 px Artist = Sugababes from Album = Three B side = Who This Ain t a Party Thing Released = flagicon|European Union 13 October 2003 flagicon|Australia 3 November 2003 flagicon|United States… …   Wikipedia

  • hole — /hoʊl / (say hohl) noun 1. an opening through anything; an aperture. 2. a hollow place in a solid body or mass; a cavity: a hole in the ground. 3. a waterhole. 4. Goldmining a shaft sunk into the ground from the surface; a miner s excavation. 5.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • hole — [[t]hoʊl[/t]] n. v. holed, hol•ing 1) an opening through something; gap: a hole in the roof[/ex] 2) a hollow place in a solid mass; cavity: a hole in the ground[/ex] 3) the excavated habitation of an animal; burrow 4) a cramped or shabby place of …   From formal English to slang

  • hole — n. & v. n. 1 a an empty space in a solid body. b an aperture in or through something. 2 an animal s burrow. 3 a cavity or receptacle for a ball in various sports or games. 4 colloq. a small, mean, or dingy abode. 5 colloq. an awkward situation. 6 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hole argument — In general relativity, the hole argument is a paradox which much troubled Albert Einstein on the road to his famous field equation. It has recently been reinterpreted by philosophers as an argument against manifold substantialism , a doctrine… …   Wikipedia

  • Positive energy theorem — In general relativity, the positive energy theorem states that, assuming the dominant energy condition, the mass of an asymptotically flat spacetime is non negative; furthermore, the mass is zero only for Minkowski spacetime.The original proof of …   Wikipedia

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