gluon

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See also: Gluon and gluón

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From glue + -on.

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gluon (plural gluons)

  1. (physics) A massless gauge boson that binds quarks together to form baryons, mesons and other hadrons and is associated with the strong nuclear force.

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gluon m (plural gluons)

  1. (physics) gluon

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gluon m

  1. (physics) gluon

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