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# Clue
1. Molecule component
2. Type of bomb
3. A.E.C.'s concern
4. It's been split
5. Molecular part
6. Physicist's topic
7. Particle for Bohr
8. A.E.C. concern
9. Bohr subject
10. Oft-split item
11. Item studied by Niels Bohr
12. Fissionable item
13. Item once thought indivisible
14. N.R.C. concern
15. Kind of smasher
16. Fissionable unit
17. It splits energetically
18. Basis of all, to Lucretius
19. Item discussed by Lucretius
20. Mini-powerhouse
21. Mote; bit
22. Mite that might blight
23. First half of the alphabet
24. Bohr's subject
25. Particle for a physicist
26. Fermi interest
27. Nucleus locale
28. Alphabet's first half
29. It was smashed in the 40's
30. Molecule unit
31. Jot or bit
32. Moat anagram
33. Concern of Niels Bohr
34. Lord Rutherford's concern
35. Molecule element
36. Oppenheimer subject
37. Niels Bohr's subject
38. An energy source
39. Little powerhouse
40. The ___, comics crime fighter
41. Unit of matter
42. Anagram for moat
43. Item for Bohr
44. Oft-smashed particle
45. It's small but lethal
46. Accelerator item
47. _____ smasher
48. Bit for Fermi
49. Smidgen that's smashed
50. Reactor factor
51. Building block of nature
52. _____ bomb
53. Tiny powerhouse
54. Quark's place
55. ____ bomb
56. Pile particle
57. Pion's place
58. Focus for Fermi
59. Positron's place
60. Smashed item
61. Basic bit
62. Bohr's study
63. Electron's place
64. Something to smash
65. Lepton's locale
66. Proton's place
67. Nuclear energy source
68. With 60-Across, 1960's TV cartoon hero
69. Unit of a molecule
70. Tiny building block
71. Infinitesimal bit
72. It's smashed in a lab
73. Subject for Fermi
74. Subject of fission
75. Interest of Fermi
76. Split bit
77. Something smashable
78. Site of tiny orbits
79. Volume 1 of a two-volume encyclopedia?
80. Unit proposed by Leucippus
81. Word that comes from the Greek for "indivisible"
82. One of three for H<sub>2</sub>O
83. Maker of bonds
84. Captain ___ (DC Comics superhero)
85. One ofin a glucose molecule
86. Topic of elementary education?
87. Particle of matter
88. One of three for H20
89. Supercollider projectile
90. Bohr study
91. Particle studied in physics
92. Particle with a nucleus
93. Smallest unit of matter
94. 19 Basic particle
95. Minimal matter
96. Thing to smash
97. Bit of matter
98. Splittable bit
99. Element bit
100. Minimum amount of an element
101. It's a small thing
102. Participant in a collision
103. It has one or more shells
104. Bohr theory subject
105. Subject for John Dalton
106. Radical component
107. Microphysics subject
108. What the Emmy statuette woman holds
109. Element component
110. Its mass is mostly from its nucleus
111. Physics focus
112. Tiny target of smashing
113. Element of an element
114. Elemental piece
115. Object modeled by Bohr
116. Wee energy source
117. THE LITTLE BIT OF SCIENCE IN BANK MACHINE HOLDS NOTHING
118. UNIT OF MATTER MADE UP OF A DENSE NUCLEUS SURROUNDED BY A CLOUD OF ELECTRONS
119. A LITTLE MATTER OF A CAT
120. BOHR STUDIED IT
121. Cyclotron input
122. Democritus' unit
123. Energy source in a small package
124. Molecular component
125. Molecule piece
126. Quarky item?
127. Subject of a split
128. Small unit of matter studied by Lise Meitner
129. Molecule builder
130. Source of power
131. Basic component
132. Basic unit
133. __ smasher
134. Diminutive DC Comics superhero
135. Diminutive DC Comics' superhero
136. Nature's building block
137. Smallest unit of an element
138. Electron home
139. Proton site
140. 41-Across's place
141. One of three in a water molecule
142. __ bomb
143. Minute particle of matter
144. Dispenser of sawbucks (or ... basic unit of matter)
145. Subject for Bohr
146. Tiny bundle of energy
147. Nuclide, e.g.
148. Fission bit
149. It may be split or smashed
150. Symbol of the post-1945 age
151. Heart of the matter?
152. Small amount of gold
153. Democritus' indivisible unit
154. Molecular constituent
155. Unit for Democritus
156. Film director Egoyan
157. Locus of a quark
158. Smithereen
159. Director Egoyan
160. Universe minutia
161. Model in physics class
162. Matter constituent
163. Little building block
164. Mote of matter
165. Building block of matter
166. Teeny component
167. Pink Floyd album, "__ Heart Mother"
168. Democritus speculated on its structure
169. The Bohr theory explained its structure
170. Small energy source
171. Unseen energy source
172. Hard-to-divide object
173. Democritus postulated it
174. What the Bohr model depicts
175. One is depicted in the Emmy statuette
176. Subject of Bohr's research
177. Bit that can be split
178. Cyclotron "fodder"
179. Diminutive DC Comics hero, with "the"
180. Quark's surroundings
181. Nuclear physicist's concern
182. It might get smashed
183. Supercollider collider
184. Teensy particle
185. Molecule constituent
186. Physics bit
187. Quark's milieu
188. Splitting it releases energy
189. Unit quantified in a subscript
190. Bit with a nucleus
191. Concern for Edward Teller
192. Basic unit of matter
193. Quark's locale
194. Smashing target
195. It can be viewed with a scanning tunneling microscope
196. Elementary bit
197. It may be ionized
198. Minuscule bit
199. Tiny bit of matter
200. Fissionable particle
201. Physics building block
202. Tiny "smashing" target
203. Tiny physics bit
204. Particle for Fermi
205. Chem class model
206. Minute matter
207. __ Ant: tiny toon superhero
208. Either H in H|2|O
209. Physics matter
210. Quark place
211. Science word from the Greek for "indivisible"
212. AEC logo
213. Cyclotron fodder
214. Nuclear-energy source
215. Smasher fodder
216. Wee particle
217. Onetime AEC symbol
218. Building block of physics
219. Plutonium unit
220. Where electrons orbit
221. Cyclotron target
222. Matter unit
223. Molecule division
224. Part of an Emmy statuette
225. Elemental building block
226. Bohr concern
227. Electron's locale
228. Place for positrons
229. Proton spot
230. Uranium unit
231. Big-bang material
232. Bit of beryllium
233. Minimal molybdenum
234. Source of energy
235. Molecule part
236. The first letter in 84-Across
237. Like some energy
238. Word with age or weight
239. They're smashed in a smasher
240. Things hypothesized by Democritus
241. They can be split or charged
242. Like superprecise clocks
243. ___ FireBall (hot candy)
244. Holder of pet electrons, protons and neutrons?
245. Like turbojet fuel
246. Epicurus and Democritus, philosophically
247. Lex Luthor alter ego, once
248. Electron-swathed nuclei
249. Elementary units
250. Chemical building blocks
251. Every chemical element has one
252. Leucippus and Democritus, philosophically
253. Focus of stereochemistry
254. Ferocious Flea fighter, in cartoons
255. Superprecise, as some clocks
256. With 38-Down, property of the first part of the answer to each starred clue (appropriately positioned in the grid)
257. Smashes to smithereens
258. Positrons' places
259. Slight '60s superhero
260. Like some explosions
261. Perfume delivery option
262. Subjects in an intro chemistry class
263. They make up everything
264. Reduces to smithereens
265. 24 in a caffeine molecule
266. Subjects in quantum mechanics
267. Basis of particle physics
268. Reduce to particles
269. Fighter of Ferocious Flea in 1960s cartoons
270. *Leo Szilard and Joseph Rotblat
271. The idea that matter is composed of small, distinct components
272. Alter ego for Lex Luthor
273. One tiny bit
274. Physics 101 subject
275. Something of little matter?
276. Subject of J. J. Thomson's "plum pudding" model
277. Einstein referred to his endorsement of it as "one great mistake"
278. Kind of number in chemistry
279. Small building blocks
280. Bright Eyes' "An ___ Tip the Scales"
281. When some religious holidays formally begin
282. Spacious building areas
283. Lofty spaces
284. Soldered or stapled
285. 'Alphabet Song' gamut
286. Without a key center
287. Paid the penalty (for)
288. Heart divisions
289. '89 Miles Davis album
290. 2001 Asia album
291. Who lyric "I'll get all my papers and smile ___ sky"
292. Where Aerosmith keeps their "Toys"
293. Cracks at making it
294. You can stay ___ Y.M.C.A.!
295. '99 Mike Ness album "Cheating ___"
296. Propaganda worker
297. Subject of an erstwhile U.S. commission
298. MCI rival
299. Recreational wheels, for short
300. Small bits of matter
301. ...hit me like _____ of bricks
302. This weighs _____!
303. Make a full apology
304. Sometimes it's smashed
305. Very small matter
306. Very small building blocks
307. This must weigh _____!
308. Powerful mite
309. Type of clock or number
310. Source of mesons
311. Hard on the ears musically
312. Smashable items
313. Sort of clock or power
314. Reduce to mist
315. Hit me like _____ of bricks
316. Unkeyed, as some compositions
317. Diagram subject in a chemistry text
318. It's smashed in a particle accelerator
319. Microscopic bit
320. Particle depicted on an Emmy
321. Proton's spot
322. The first thirteen rows, perhaps
323. It's split in nuclear fission
324. Little bundle of energy
325. What a ball represents in a ball-and-stick molecular model
326. Where a quark is parked
327. Mighty particle
328. Small matter?
329. Wee thing
330. Energy particle
331. Fission subject
332. Microphysics particle
333. Nanotechnology subject
334. Part of a molecule
335. It's made of electrons and protons
336. Physics 101 topic
337. Subject of Bohr's theory
338. Where a quark is located
339. Controversial power source
340. Place for a proton
341. It may get smashed or split
342. Element particle
343. Elemental bit
344. Physicist's subject of study
345. Basic physics focus
346. Neutron's place
347. ___ Ant ('60s cartoon hero)
348. Mighty mite
349. Kind of bomb
350. Concern of Compton and Fermi
351. Energy source
352. Fermi's study
353. ___ smasher
354. Molecule member
355. Molecular unit
356. It's little matter
357. Little matter
358. Mighty bit
359. Little Boy, e.g.
360. Blows to smithereens
361. Cyclotron
362. Like some controversial plants
363. 1950's cold war development
364. Lead statistic
365. Covalent bond formers
366. Quarks' places
367. Tiny particle
368. Bit
369. Elementary particle
370. Power source
371. Supercollider bit
372. Bit of science
373. Elemental unit
374. Small building block
375. Minute quantity
376. Element element
377. Miniscule amount
378. Bit to split
379. Electron's home
380. It may get smashed
381. Proton place
382. Tiny bit of physics
383. Tiny energy source
384. Basic unit for the elements
385. Half the dictionary?
386. Particle accelerator particle
387. Particle that may be "smashed"
388. Protons, neutrons, and electrons combined
389. Smallest part of an element
390. A little bundle of energy
391. Little bit of matter
392. Smallest conceivable portion
393. Cartoon crime-fighter ___ Ant
394. Smallest amount of gold?
395. Hanna-Barbera's heroic Ant
396. Power particle
397. Tiny source of energy
398. ___ Ant of cartoons
399. Chemical building block
400. Physics class topic
401. Bit of physics
402. Chemistry class model
403. Physics particle
404. Tiny thing
405. One who owes duty or service to, or depends on, another.
406. Intent.
407. One who, or that which, attends.
408. An attendant circumstance.
409. Attentive; heedful.
410. Attention; heed.
411. Molecule particle
412. Whit
413. Jot
414. Home to a muon or pion
415. Chemistry book chapter,with "the"
416. Speck
417. Basic building block
418. Wee bit
419. Tiny bit
420. Little bit
421. Teensy bit
422. Bond component
423. With 41-Down, nuclear device
424. Quantum mechanics model
425. Molecule building block
426. Molecular 60-Across
427. Molecular matter
428. Orbit site
429. Accelerated bit
430. Minute bit
431. Tiny part
432. Mr. ___, radioactive enemy of Captain Marvel
433. Scintilla
434. Excitable one
435. The H, H or O in H2O
436. Physicist's concern
437. Diminutive DC Comics superhero, with "The"
438. Fermi's fascination
439. Elemental particle
440. First half of the files?
441. Electron holder
442. Basic unit in flat omitted
443. Particle
444. Smallest particle
445. Word meaning indivisible
446. Subject of Smyth report
447. Split at Oak Ridge
448. Minute part
449. Latest discovered source of energy
450. Proton plus electron
451. It means indivisible
452. Bit of cyclotronic grist
453. Symbol of the present age
454. Nucleus and electrons
455. Smallest particle of an element
456. Aggregate of protons, neutrons and electrons
457. Object of scientific scrutiny
458. Fermi studies it
459. Fuel for a cyclotron
460. Subject of experiment
461. Power source of the future
462. Dr Oppenheimer's sphere
463. Particle under worldwide research
464. Mighty small thing
465. A very small thing
466. Word in everyone's vocabulary
467. Dr Oppenheimer's forte
468. Molecular building block
469. If an apple were magnified to the size of the Earth, this would be close to the size of an apple
470. Chemistry unit whose size is measured in angstroms
471. "Ararat" director Egoyan
472. "Smallest unit of matter" Ani DiFranco sings about
473. "Smallest unit of matter"Ani DiFranco sings about
474. "The Ghost in the ___: A Discussion of the Mysteries of Quantum Physics"
475. "The unleashed power of the ___ has changed everything save our modes of thinking and thus we drift toward unparalleled catastrophe": Einstein
476. "Up and ___!" (Radioactive Man's battle cry)
477. "Up and ___" (Radioactive Man's catchphrase)
478. "We have split the ___"
479. "___ Heart Mother" (Pink Floyd album)
480. "___ Land" (2018 book on particle physics)
481. 'The Sweet Hereafter' director Egoyan
482. 100-picometer thing
483. 1950s filmstrip "Our Friend the ___"
484. 2007 Peace Nobelist
485. 20th-century word.
486. A bit of chemistry?
487. A bit smashed?
488. A bit that can be split
489. A little matter
490. Accelerator bit
491. Alpha bit
492. An Emmy features a winged woman holding one
493. Angstrom-diameter thing
494. Ant or bomb
495. Ant who once teamed with Secret Squirrel
496. Any one of 12 in benzene
497. Auteur Egoyan
498. Basic biological building block
499. Basic elemental unit
500. Basic particle
501. Basis of all to Lucretius
502. Be bit
503. Betatron bit
504. Big bang origin?
505. Bit of chemistry
506. Bit of nuclear physics
507. Bit or whit
508. Bit part
509. Bit split at a plant
510. Bit that may be split
511. Bit that's often split
512. Bit to be split
513. Bit.
514. Bohr model depiction
515. Bohr model representation
516. Bohr model subject
517. Bohr topic
518. Bohr's bailiwick
519. Bohr's bit
520. Bohr-ing study
521. Bomb material
522. Bomb type
523. Bomb variety
524. Bond bit
525. Bond holder?
526. Bond holding?
527. Bond part
528. Building block
529. Building block of molecules
530. C or O in carbon monoxide
531. C Ar B O or N
532. Canadian film director Egoyan
533. Canadian film director ___ Egoyan
534. Captain ___ (DC Comics hero)
535. Carbon 12 e.g.
536. Cartoon character ___ Ant
537. Cartoon crimefighter ___ Ant
538. Cartoon hero ___ Ant
539. Certain smasher input
540. Certain smasher's target
541. Chemical bond former
542. Chemist's study
543. Chemistry 101 model
544. Chemistry 101 study
545. Chemistry 101 topic
546. Chemistry bit
547. Chemistry book chapter
548. Chemistry book chapter with "the"
549. Chemistry class subject
550. Chemistry subject
551. Chemistry text particle
552. Compound part
553. Controversial energy source
554. Cracked open
555. Cyclotron bit
556. Cyclotron morsel
557. Cyclotron particle
558. Cyclotronic bit
559. Dangerous thing to split
560. Democratus' unit
561. Democritus' indivisible particle of matter
562. Depiction on an Emmy
563. Diminutive DC Comics hero with "the"
564. Diminutive DC Comics superhero with "The"
565. Diminutive DC superhero
566. Diminutive superhero (with "The")
567. Director Egoyan of the upcoming "Adoration"
568. Dispenser of sawbucks (or... basic unit of matter)
569. Dot in a chemistry textbook illustration
570. Dr. Teller's field.
571. Echobelly song about physics?
572. Einstein's wake-up call "Up and ___!"
573. Electron's surroundings
574. Electrons' place
575. Element that covers a poset's zero element
576. Element unit
577. Elemental combiner
578. Emmy statuette part
579. Emmy-statuette element
580. Energetic elementary particle?
581. Energy producer
582. Energy source in a small package
583. Energy symbol
584. Epitome of tininess
585. Excitable thing
586. First half of the alphabet?
587. Fission particle
588. Fluke: "___ Bomb"
589. Focus of Heisenberg's research
590. Focus of physics
591. Focus of quantum mechanics
592. Focus of study for Niels Bohr
593. Food thickener
594. Fundamental matter?
595. Gold unit
596. H or O in water
597. Hadron's place
598. Half of a two-volume directory
599. Half of a two-volume encyclopedia say
600. Half the alphabet?
601. Hanna-Barbera superhero ___ Ant
602. Hard thing to split
603. Highest part of an Emmy
604. Home for protons
605. Home to a neutron
606. Hydrogen or oxygen
607. Image on Jimmy Neutron's shirt
608. Image used for scene segues on "The Big Bang Theory"
609. Indivisible particle of matter
610. Infinitesimal bit.
611. Invisible energy source
612. Ion
613. Ion at times
614. Ion e.g.
615. Ion for instance
616. Ion perhaps
617. Iota
618. Iota's cousin
619. Iota's cousin.
620. Iota.
621. Isotope e.g.
622. It can get smashed
623. It gets smashed
624. It has a nucleus
625. It has a nucleus that electrons are bound to by electrical attraction
626. It has a valence
627. It has its quarks
628. It makes everything matter
629. It may be smashed
630. It may be split
631. It might be involved in an explosive breakup
632. It might be smashed or split
633. It might be split
634. It splits when it's smashed
635. It was modeled by Rutherford and Bohr
636. It was once thought to be indivisible
637. It's a little matter
638. It's bigger than a baryon
639. It's dangerous when split
640. It's elementary
641. It's in its element
642. It's just a little bit
643. It's just a little bit?
644. It's often split
645. It's smaller than a molecule
646. It's smashed in a cyclotron
647. It's split at CERN
648. It's split in a lab
649. It's tiny and it may get smashed
650. Item at Oak Ridge
651. Item of interest to Niels Bohr
652. Its diameter is measured in picometers
653. Its mass is measured in daltons
654. Its size can be measured in angstroms
655. Itsy-bitsy bit
656. Jot half the alphabet (4)
657. Jot.
658. Kind of cat.
659. Label on the first of two file drawers maybe
660. Label on the first of two file drawers often
661. Label on the first of two file drawers?
662. Lepton site
663. Lepton's location
664. Lepton's place
665. Literally "indivisible"
666. Literally "indivisible"
667. Little wonder?
668. Logo for the Albuquerque Isotopes
669. Logo used by the American Atheists
670. Matter bit
671. Matter matter
672. Microcosm.
673. Microscopic building block
674. Microscopic particle
675. Midget with mass
676. Might split at best show of your life?
677. Mighty midget
678. Mighty mite.
679. Minimal amount of gold or platinum
680. Minimal amount of magnesium
681. Minuscule amount
682. Minuscule minimum
683. Minuscule particle
684. Minute amount
685. Minute amount.
686. Minute building block
687. Minute energy source
688. Minute particle
689. Minute particle.
690. Minute quantity.
691. Mite
692. Mite.
693. Modicum
694. Molecular bit
695. Molecular particle.
696. Molecule bit
697. Molecule component (4)
698. Molecule maker
699. Molecule mite
700. Molecule portion
701. Monad
702. Money dispenser holding out a very small quantity (4)
703. Mote
704. Mr. ___ radioactive enemy of Captain Marvel
705. Muon's place
706. N preceders?
707. NRC logo item
708. Na or Cl in NaCl
709. Nanotechnology concern
710. Neutrino's place
711. Neutron's home
712. Niels Bohr's concern
713. Niels Bohr's study
714. Nuclear component
715. Nuclear energy particle
716. Nuclear fission target
717. Nuclear particle
718. Nuclear power source
719. Nucleus + electrons
720. Nucleus + electrons etc.
721. Nucleus location
722. Nuclide e.g.
723. One fifth of a methane molecule
724. One of 24 in a glucose molecule
725. One of three in an ozone molecule
726. One of trillions in a single human body
727. One source of energy
728. One with an electron cloud
729. Oppenheimer's bit
730. Part of a molecule.
731. Part of a smashing success?
732. Part of the "Big Bang Theory" logo
733. Particle Ani DiFranco sings about
734. Particle depicted on Emmys
735. Particle disputed by Aristotle
736. Particle for Niels Bohr
737. Particle in a smasher
738. Particle of an element.
739. Particle with protons
740. Particle.
741. Physicist's bit
742. Physicist's concern.
743. Physicist's focus
744. Physicist's study
745. Physicist's subject
746. Physicist's unit
747. Physics class model
748. Physics class subject
749. Physics subject
750. Physics tidbit
751. Physics topic
752. Piece of silver?
753. Pile ingredient
754. Pink Floyd album "___ Heart Mother"
755. Pink Floyd album "___ Heart Mother"
756. Place for protons
757. Popular group
758. Potent particle.
759. Power source.
760. Powerful particle
761. Proton and electron.
762. Proton's home
763. Proton's locale
764. Protons' place
765. Protons neutrons and electrons combined
766. Punny shaving lotion brand
767. Quantum physics focus
768. Quantum theory subject
769. Quark component
770. Quark locale
771. Quark site
772. Quark's environs
773. Quark's location
774. Scene of bonding
775. Science class topic
776. Scientist's concern.
777. Shred
778. Small amount
779. Small amount of gold or silver
780. Small bit
781. Small bit of matter
782. Small matter
783. Small part
784. Small particle
785. Small particle.
786. Small piece of silver?
787. Small quantity.
788. Small thing.
789. Small unit of matter
790. Small wonder?
791. Smallest amount of an element
792. Smashable bit
793. Smashable thing
794. Smashed mite of the 50'S
795. Smasher input
796. Smasher or bomb
797. Smasher particle
798. Smashing subject
799. Smidgen
800. Something divided in W.W. II
801. Sometimes it gets smashed
802. Sometimes-smashed minuscule thing
803. Source of energy.
804. Source of nuclear energy
805. Source of power.
806. Speck.
807. Split bit (4)
808. Split particle
809. Split target
810. Split thing
811. Split this
812. Splittable item.
813. Splitting target
814. Subject for Richard Feynman
815. Subject for physicist Bohr
816. Subject of Niels Bohr's model
817. Subject of a "plum pudding" model once
818. Subject of study for Niels Bohr
819. Super ant of cartoons
820. Super small bit of matter
821. Supercollider tidbit
822. Symbol in the logo of "The Big Bang Theory"
823. Symbol seen on Jimmy Neutron's shirt
824. Teeny bit
825. Teeny power source
826. Teeny tiny particle
827. Teeny-tiny bit
828. Term in science.
829. The 'H' or 'O' of H2O
830. The H H or O in H2O
831. The ___ comics crime fighter
832. The first thirteen rows perhaps
833. The once indivisible.
834. They can be neutral or ionized
835. Thing of substance?
836. Thing smaller than a molecule
837. Thing split in fission
838. Thing that might decay
839. Thing whose size is measured in picometers
840. This might split at the best show of your life
841. Tidbit for Fermi
842. Tiniest bit
843. Tiny amount
844. Tiny amount.
845. Tiny bit of energy
846. Tiny bit of matter (4)
847. Tiny bit of physics homework?
848. Tiny bit to split
849. Tiny bit.
850. Tiny bonder
851. Tiny matter
852. Tiny matter split during WWII
853. Tiny matter?
854. Tiny nuclear-energy source
855. Tiny particle (4)
856. Tiny particle.
857. Tiny portion
858. Tiny power source
859. Tiny power unit
860. Tiny quantity
861. Tiny shred
862. Tiny thing in science
863. Tiny thing to split
864. Tiny thing.
865. Tiny tiny bit
866. Title on one of a two-volume encylcopedia?
867. Tittle
868. Unit in a Brownian model
869. Unit in a chemistry curriculum
870. Unit in chemistry class
871. Unit in physics
872. Unit in physics class
873. Unit of gold or silver?
874. Unit of uranium
875. Universal substance
876. Very little bit
877. Very small amount
878. Very small bit
879. Very small quantity
880. Walton and Cockcroft split it
881. Wee amount
882. Wee bit of physics
883. What Massive Attack will be "Splitting"
884. What Massive Attack will be "Splitting"?
885. What the Bohr model describes
886. What the Bohr model models
887. What the winged woman is holding in the Emmy statuette
888. Word coined by Democritus
889. Word from the Greek for "uncuttable " ironically
890. ___ ant
891. ___ Ant (cartoon character)
892. ___ Ant (cartoon superhero)
893. ___ Ant: tiny toon superhero
894. ___ bomb
895. ___ bomb (means by which Drax intended to destroy London)
896. ___ smasher (supercollider nickname)
897. ___ smasher.
898. Tiny part of a cat
899. A might little thing
900. Smash hit of modern times
901. Exceedingly small bit of anything
902. Concern of 49
903. A might little thing
904. Smallest thing
905. Subject of scientific research
906. Ion, perhaps
907. Quantum mechanics unit
908. Radical member
909. See 101-Down
910. What 2-Down studied
911. C, Ar, B, O or N
912. C or O, in carbon monoxide
913. Minute
914. Nucleus + electrons etc.
915. ____ smasher
916. Mighty mites
917. Believer in minute particles doctrine
918. Synonym of 14 Across
919. Elementary particles
920. Extremely tiny
921. Subject of 1 Down's interest
922. Ions
923. Submarine type
924. Kind of number or energy
925. Item on a vanity, perhaps
926. Label on the first of two file drawers, often
927. Kind of clock or number
928. Test at Bikini Atoll
929. Itsy-bitsy bits
930. Sooner than soon
931. Mist maker
932. Extremely accurate timekeeper
933. Reduces to mist
934. Hardly melodious
935. Home to quarks
936. Like a super-accurate clock
937. Particle of interest to Bohr
938. Quark's home
939. Components of elements
940. Basis of the nature of matter
941. Smithereens
942. Bits
943. Gobs and gobs
944. Immensely
945. Greatly
946. Heaps
947. Itty-bitty
948. Tiny
949. Wee
950. Nuclear power
951. Parts of molecules
952. Smidgens
953. Lots and lots
954. Loads
955. Lots
956. Molecular bits
957. Core group?
958. Really tiny
959. Oodles
960. Oodles and oodles
961. Nuclear reactor
962. Gobs
963. Smaller than small
964. QB's passing stat: Abbr.
965. Sunday best
966. Perched on
967. Architectural features
968. Make amends
969. Right a wrong
970. Gillette product
971. Pay the penalty
972. Yom Kippur observer
973. Sitting on
974. Right away
975. Do penance
976. Righted wrongs
977. Quaking
978. At the crest
979. Mounted on
980. The gamut
981. =-- below cost
982. Sorry sort?
983. Pays (for)
984. Show penitence
985. Above
986. All-inclusive
987. Very many
988. The Lady Is ___
989. System of a Down "Toxicity" song
990. Calm
991. ___ Grows in Brooklyn
992. Uncertain
993. Rose essence
994. Recreational four-wheeler, for short
995. Autobahn autos
996. Kind of number
997. Immediately
998. Make reparations
999. Kind of energy
1000. Minute particles
1001. Molecular components
1002. Particles invisible to the naked eye
1003. Molecule components
1004. Like _____ of bricks
1005. Make up for
1006. Kind of clock
1007. This must weigh ___!
1008. Cyclotron item
1009. Particle-based philosophy
1010. Amenhotep IV's god
1011. Like Alban Berg's music
1012. Like Schoenberg's music
1013. Heaps and heaps
1014. Huge amounts
1015. Nuke
1016. Literally, "indivisible"
1017. Ion, e.g.
1018. Ion, for instance
1019. Extremely small
1020. Usage #2
1021. Kind of clock or bomb
1022. Scent spreaders
1023. You definitely don't want them to drop by your house
1024. Ararat director Egoyan
1025. Up and ___! (Radioactive Man's battle cry)
1026. Smallest particle.
1027. Word meaning indivisible.
1028. The new age.
1029. Describing Operation Crossroads.
1030. Tiny.
1031. Whit.
1032. The A in AEC.
1033. Latest discovered source of energy.
1034. Subject of Fermi's research.
1035. Constituent of an element.
1036. It means indivisible.
1037. Proton plus electron.
1038. Subject of research by Dalton, 1803.
1039. Type of power tested at Alamogordo.
1040. Aggregate of protons, neutrons and electrons.
1041. Bit of cyclotronic grist.
1042. Dr. Oppenheimer's forte.
1043. Dr. Oppenheimer's sphere.
1044. Fissionable particle.
1045. Mighty small thing.
1046. Nucleus and electrons.
1047. Object of scientific scrutiny.
1048. Particle under worldwide research.
1049. Smallest particle of an element.
1050. Symbol of the present age.
1051. Word in everyone's vocabulary.
1052. World War II's offspring.
1053. Fuel for a cyclotron.
1054. Power source of the future.
1055. Subject for the scientists.
1056. Subject of experiment.
1057. Unit of a molecule.
1058. The age we live in.
1059. Concern of 49 Across.
1060. Exceedingly small bit of anything.
1061. Niels Bohr's subject.
1062. Nuclear item.
1063. Smash hit of modern times.
1064. Tiniest energy units.
1065. Headline word since Aug. 6, 1945.
1066. One of Max Planck's interests.
1067. Smallest thing.
1068. Subject of scientific research.
1069. Descriptive of this era.
1070. Mighty little thing.
1071. Oppenheimer's metier.
1072. Power behind the Nautilus.
1073. Source of isotopes.
1074. Very small thing.
1075. Infinitesimal.
1076. Part of an element.
1077. The universal particle.
1078. Urey studied it.
1079. Destructive agent.
1080. Item at Oak Ridge.
1081. Symbol of power.
1082. Symbol of smallness.
1083. Very small amount.
1084. Type of energy.
1085. Molecular element.
1086. Powerful particle.
1087. Smallest possible units of energy.
1088. 14-year-old invention.
1089. Contemporary times.
1090. Adjective for our age.
1091. Minute.
1092. Form of energy.
1093. Very small.
1094. Kind of energy.
1095. Kind of power.
1096. Il ___ de l'eau (it has been raining): Fr.
1097. ___ pile.
1098. Kind of pile
1099. Itty-bitty bit
1100. Micro amount
1101. Model in a science classroom
1102. Subject of Niels Bohr’s model
1103. Dr Teller's specialty
1104. Oppenheimer's metier
1105. Power behind the Nautilus
1106. Source of isotopes
1107. Important particle
1108. Mighty little thing
1109. Very small thing
1110. Urey studied it
1111. Part of an element
1112. The universal particle
1113. Symbol of smallness
1114. Disney film, "Our Friend the ___"
1115. Symbol of power
1116. Molecular element
1117. Proton and electron
1118. Particle of an element
1119. Potent particle
1120. Small quantity
1121. See
1122. Microcosm
1123. Small but important item
1124. The once indivisible
1125. Scientist's concern
1126. Molecular particle
1127. Dr Teller's field
1128. AEC's concern
1129. It was smashed in the 's
1130. Tiny part of moat ruined
1131. Very small bit of a 15?
1132. Fermi's bit
1133. Fragment of element
1134. Neutron’s home
1135. Scrap a vehicle test requiring reversing
1136. Nucleus container
1137. Devastating bomb