antimeson

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anti- +‎ meson

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antimeson (plural antimesons)

  1. (physics) The antiparticle corresponding to a meson.
    • 2001, Giovanni C. Bonsignori, Nucleus-nucleus Collisions, →ISBN:
      To have anti-iron we need the fundamental antifermions (positrons), the antiparticles (antimesons and antibaryons) and the property that these antiparticles must interact like the particles in order to have the antinucleus of the iron.

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