Gluon

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Gluon

A gluon is a hypothetical particle believed to be exchanged between quarks in order to bind them together to form particles.
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Gluon

An exchange particle responsible for the force between quarks. There are eight gluons that differ only in their color quantum numbers. See also: Carrier Particle, Quark.
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gluon

gluon, an elementary particle that mediates, or carries, the strong, or nuclear, force. In quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the quantum field theory of strong interactions, the interaction of quarks (to form protons, neutrons, and other elementary particles) is described in terms of gluons—so cal...
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gluon

In physics, a gauge boson that carries the strong nuclear force, responsible for binding quarks together to form the strongly interacting subatomic particles known as hadrons. There are eight kinds of gluon. Gluons cannot exist in isolation; they are believed to exist in balls (`glueballs`) that behave as single particles. The existen...
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gluon

The carrier particle of the strong interaction that holds quarks together. Gluons are electrically neutral and have and spin 1. They are the equivalent in quantum chromodynamics of photons in quantum electrodynamics. Neither quarks nor gluons exist as isolated particles, but only as parts of hadrons...
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Gluon

The carrier particle of the strong interaction.
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gluon

the so-called messenger particle of the strong nuclear force, which binds subatomic particles known as quarks within the protons and neutrons of ... [9 related articles]
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gluon

[n] - a gauge boson that mediates strong interaction among quarks
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