Knatoms are KNowledge ATOMS.
They are the indivisible units from which knowledge emerges.
Knatoms combine into knowlecules.
When enough knowlecules combine together, you have a topic!
Knatoms and Spaced-Repetition
A single knatom may be expressed in multiple ways, and, in a learning system such as "Spaced Repetition", a knatom will require multiple cards, for it to be tested thoroughly.
Any spaced-repetition card should always cover at least one knatom.
For example it may be expressed in "clozed deletion" form, both forwards and backwards.
A $term is a $definition_of_term
Either the "clozed deletion" question expects you to provide the term, or to provide a keyword in the definition of the term.
A ____ is an indivisible "Atom" of "Knowledge".
A "Knatom" is an indivisible "Atom" of "____".
A "Knatom" is an indivisible "_____" of "Knowledge".
A ____ is the smallest building block in a knowledge system.
A complex definition may have more than one keyword. Hence, a single knatom will require more than one spaced repetition card to cover it fully.