composite particle


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composite particle

n.
A subatomic particle, such as a proton or neutron, that is composed of two or more elementary particles.
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AquaBlok is a composite particle typically consisting of crushed aggregate, polymer, and bentonite.
Together they form the composite particle known as the exciton.
When the escaped electron with its negative charge, pairs up with the hole, the two remarkably form a composite particle, a boson -- an exciton.
This numerical simulation of fatigue life behaviour clearly observed, reinforcement of composite particle evenly spreads with the aluminium matrix composites.
or -]] is a composite particle which is a superposition of mesons is inconsistent with the electroweak theory and this fact indicates that the foundations of this theory should be examined.
The study uses the Robiniapseudoacacia/ wastepaper composite particle board and research the technological parameter in order to discovering the feasibility of the experiments.
Spherical 2 and orbicular particles in the form of two soldered hemispheres 3 represent, according to data of the analysis, the most low-melting (~1000 [degrees]C) component--NiCrBSi alloy, precipitating from the composite particle volume.
The composite particle also contains two up quarks and two down quarks--the same ones found in ordinary matter.
2-] are major elements on the composite particle surface, which supports that the formation of the particles proceeded via Pickering emulsion.
Noting that all quark composite particle masses are greater than the mass symmetry point ([M.
2] in a particular millbase prior to composite particle formation.
Nambu [1] suggested that quark composite particle mass may be quantized, showing a 70 MeV quantization pattern.
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