2008年1月10日木曜日

Electron (disambiguation)
Electron can refer to the following things:

Electron, a subatomic particle
Electron Corporation, foundry in Blackwell, OK and Littleton, CO
Electron (computer hacker), a member of the Australian hacking group The Realm
Electron (vehicle), an electric urban vehicle concept by American Motors Corporation (AMC)
Acorn Electron, an 8-bit computer made by Acorn Computers Ltd
The Electron engine, a video game engine by Obsidian Entertainment
The L-188W Electron, an Argentine Navy variant of the Lockheed L-188 Electra aircraft suitable for electronic warfare
Visa Electron, a brand of credit or debit card
Electron (bird), a genus of birds in the motmot family
An alloy of magnesium and aluminium. This meaning is now obsolete. Also, Elektron (alloy) a registered trade name for a range of such alloys. Electron (disambiguation) Notes

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