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- noun The area defined by the
outermost circumferenceof a tree canopyfrom where water drips onto the ground.
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Beyond this overflow point, which physicists call the “drip line,” nuclei cannot fully bind their particles.
Physicists get a first glimpse of the elusive isotope nitrogen-9 Jake Buehler 2023