nuclear force

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nuclear force

n.
1. The strong nuclear force.
2. The strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force, considered collectively.
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Theoretically, the link between nuclear properties and internucleon forces can be explored for different values of N/Z and binding regimes, thus critically testing both our knowledge of nuclear forces and many-body theories [2].