- the antiparticle of a lepton
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the antiparticle of a lepton
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(from the article `lepton`) ...partner, or neutrino (i.e., electron-, muon-, and tau-neutrino), that has no electric charge and no significant mass. Moreover, all leptons, ... Leptons are a group of subatomic particles that do not experience the strong force. They do, however, feel the weak force and the gravitational ... [2 related ...
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