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 (ăn′tē-do͞o′tə-rŏn′, -dyo͞o′-, ăn′tī-)
The antimatter equivalent of deuteron.
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Yin, Expectations of the cosmic antideuteron flux, 2018,
Batsouli et al., "Antideuteron yield at the AGS and coalescence implications," Physical Review Letters, vol.
The surprisingly large quantities of antiparticles, such as antiprotons and antideuterons, generated in these interactions also suggested an origin in a quark soup of some sort.
Ting and Lederman managed to observe bound pairs of antimatter particles, called antideuterons, in a particle accelerator at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.Y.