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any elementary particle that interacts strongly with other particles

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In particular, the new results show that the production rate of these strange hadrons increases with the 'multiplicity' 6 the number of particles produced in a given collision 6 faster than that of other particles generated in the same collision," CERN explained in the statement.
In this situation the free quarks disappear, they become condensed in the hadrons.
I mean, when you've got a large hadron collider, there's not really so much you can do apart from colliding large hadrons.
We have entered the fascinating era of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
International Hadron and Nuclear Physics Workshop (2009: Osaka, Japan) Ed.
The ILC would complement the Large Hadron Collider, a European proton collider that is the world's most powerful but has had teehnical problems that will prevent it from operating at full power until 2013.
A scintillating GEM detector for 2D dose imaging in hadron therapy.
Just days after the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the Genevabased European Centre for Nuclear Research (Cern) was first switched on, scientists have fixed October 7 as the date particles will be smashed into each other at near light speed.
IF the world DOES end tomorrow with the switching on of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, Geneva, you may wish to know who to blame - or thank, so to speak.
The pounds 5 billion Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will smash protons - one of the building blocks of matter - into each other at energies up to seven times greater than any achieved before.
Scientists there will switch on something they call the Large Hadron Collider, which will smash particles together at speeds 99.
While the Standard Model has been remarkably successful in describing weak interactions between leptons, leptons and hadrons, and in the flavor-changing decays of hadrons, it has been difficult both experimentally and theoretically to test the Standard Model of the weak NN interaction.
Freelance science journalist and regular contributor to "Science" magazine Andrew Watson explores such topics as the quantum world, "the gregarious gluon", quarks and hadrons, the true significance of the vacuum state, and much more.
In 1961 Gell-Mann, who had advanced an explanation of strange particles (see 1953), worked out a method for bringing order to the numerous hadrons that were being discovered.
As such, it would be unique among observed exotic hadrons in having its mass dominated by one constituent quark," the (http://cds.