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Type-I quark-antiquark annihilation only annihilates their color charges.
The ground state antiup quark incompletely annihilates with the ground state down quark into an electron, [[bar.
Summary: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez slammed Israel Thursday during his visit to Damascus, calling it an "imperialist nation" that annihilates other people
What keeps this conventionally formatted tribute from becoming an earnest talking-heads purgatory is the wit and eloquence of Monette's literary circle: editor Michael Denneny, waxing rhapsodic in a regional accent you could cut with a chain saw ("We got into a rattletrap little spawts cah"); author Larry Kramer, galvanizing the film's second half with an anti-Clinton rant; and photographer Star Black, recalling her chum's cock-ring demonstration with a deadpan sensuality that annihilates forever the myth of the fag hag.
The rays' wavelengths correspond to the energy generated when an electron collides with and annihilates its antimatter counterpart, a positron.
When combined with ordinary matter it annihilates, converting mass to energy far more efficiently than does a nuclear bomb.
announced that a proprietary biocidal formula which annihilates major pathogenic viruses in horses is used in conjunction with StableMate, the company's horse bedding.
This target separates the positron from the antiproton so that each component can be detected independently as it annihilates.
Both patterns peak at the wavelength of photons created when an electron collides with and annihilates its antimatter counterpart, a positron.
It is hard to contain, because an antiparticle tends quickly to meet its opposite in a collision that annihilates them both.
This rapidly annihilates the polarlity of the cloud as set up by the ice and suddenly releases the free positive and negative ions from their respective bonds at the cloud ends.