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anyon

(ˈɛnɪˌɒn)
n
a particle that occurs in two-dimensional space having characteristics of both fermions and bosons
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an•yon

(ˈæn yɒn)
n.
an elementary particle or particle-like excitation having properties intermediate between those of bosons and fermions.
[1980–85; any + -on1]
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