Baryon

A hadron made from three quarks. The proton (uud) and the neutron (udd) are both baryons. They may also contain additional quark-antiquark pairs.

baryon

[n] - any of the elementary particles having a mass equal to or greater than that of a proton and that participate in strong interactions
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Baryon

A particle with spin 1/2 (or 3/2) which consists of three elementary particlesknown as quarks. Baryons are the nucleons (protons and neutrons) which form atomicnuclei and also very shortlived (
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baryon

A three quark hadron. The most common baryons are protons and neutrons
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baryon

heavy particle noun any of the elementary particles having a mass equal to or greater than that of a proton and that participate in strong interactions; a hadron with a baryon number of +1
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baryon

any member of one of two classes of hadrons (particles built from quarks and thus experiencing the strong nuclear force). Baryons are heavy ... [8 related articles]
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Baryon

A collective term for all strongly interacting particles with masses greater than or equal to the mass of the proton. Examples are the proton, neutron, and hyperons.
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baryon

Any of the class of the heaviest subatomic particles that includes protons, neutrons, and other, more massive particles whose eventual decay products include protons. The name was coined in 1953 and comes from the Greek barys. Baryons, which interact via the strong force and consist of a basic str...
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baryon

baryon (bâr'ēon") [Gr.,=heavy], class of elementary particles that includes the proton, the neutron, and a large number of unstable, heavier particles, known as hyperons. From a technical point of view, baryons are strongly interacting fermions; i.e., they experience the strong nu...
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Baryon

In nuclear physics, a baryon is a heavy subatomic particle made up of three indivisible elementary particles called quarks. The baryons form a subclass of the hadrons and comprise the nucleons (protons and neutrons) and hyperons.
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baryon

In nuclear physics, a heavy subatomic particle made up of three indivisible elementary particles called quarks. The baryons form a subclass of the hadrons and comprise the nucleons (protons and neutrons) and hyperons
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Baryon

A hadron made from a basic structure of three quarks. The proton and the neutron are both baryon. The antiproton and the antineutron are antibaryons.
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Baryon

A baryon is a composite subatomic particle made up of three quarks (as distinct from mesons, which are comprised of one quark and one antiquark). Baryons and mesons belong to the hadron family, which are the quark-based particles. The name `baryon` comes from the Greek word for `heavy` (βαρύς, barys), because, at the time of their naming,...
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baryon

A three quark hadron
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