baryon

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From Ancient Greek βαρύς (barus, heavy) +‎ -on

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baryon (plural baryons)

  1. (physics) A heavy subatomic particle created by the binding of quarks by gluons; a hadron containing three quarks. Baryons have half-odd integral spin and are thus fermions. This category includes the common proton and neutron of the atomic nucleus.

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baryon n (plural baryonen)

  1. (physics) baryon



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baryon m (plural baryons)

  1. (physics) baryon

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baryon c

  1. (physics) baryon

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