diquark

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di- +‎ quark

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diquark (plural diquarks)

  1. (particle physics) The hypothetical state of two quarks grouped inside a baryon.
    • 2004, E V Shuryak, The QCD Vacuum, Hadrons and Superdense Matter
      Some of this attraction is due to the scalar diquark content of the nucleon current.

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diquark m (plural diquarks)

  1. (particle physics) diquark (the hypothetical state of two quarks grouped inside a baryon)