5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for ELECTRON.
|Sunday, August 13, 2017||120A||Hydrogen has one||Eric Berlin|
|Saturday, January 14, 2017||2D||Tiny orbiter||Andrew Kingsley|
|Wednesday, May 16, 2001||40D||Kind of microscope (2)||Richard Silvestri|
|Monday, October 16, 2000||41D||Subatomic bit||Mitch Komro|
|Tuesday, June 2, 1998||30A||Kind of microscope (2)||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
3 results for ELECTRON from Variety puzzles.
|October 10, 2010||acrostic||K||Battery-powered A.M.C. concept car of 1977||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
|March 18, 2007||acrostic||S||Orbiter the naked eye can't see||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
|April 18, 2004||acrostic||G||Particle discovered by J. J. Thomson in 1897||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
16 results for ELECTRON from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, September 12, 1992||66A||Atomic particle||Tap Osborn||Maleska|
|Thursday, September 12, 1991||24A||A basic part of matter||Margaret W. Huskey||Maleska|
|Sunday, December 6, 1987||13D||Negative particle||Ernst Theimer||Maleska|
|Tuesday, February 24, 1981||33A||This may give you a charge||Jeanette K. Brill||Maleska|
|Friday, February 20, 1981||35D||Subatomic particle||William Lutwiniak||Maleska|
|Sunday, November 16, 1975||70A||Ingredient of 92 Down||Threba Johnson||Weng|
|Thursday, November 28, 1974||39A||Atom component||Dorothy Cannan||Weng|
|Wednesday, November 25, 1970||47A||Atom part||Unknown||Weng|
|Thursday, July 4, 1963||36D||Part of an atom.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Monday, May 7, 1962||16A||Part of an atom.||Madeline Corse||Farrar|
|Tuesday, September 8, 1959||17A||Part of an atom.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wednesday, May 15, 1957||20A||Negatively charged particle.||Herbert Ettenson||Farrar|
|Tuesday, October 30, 1956||55A||Atom component.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Thursday, March 29, 1956||46A||Negatively charged particle.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Friday, September 10, 1954||4D||Particle of 15 Across.||S. A. Kay||Farrar|
|Sunday, February 8, 1948||127A||Opposite of the proton.||R. Shoemaker||Farrar|