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any elementary particle that interacts strongly with other particles

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It also involves measuring the production of vector bosons in the fully hadronic decay mode, and at large transverse momentum.
Sakharov, "Multihadron production dynamics exploring the energy balance in hadronic and nuclear collisions," Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, vol.
Dr Saleem was the first Muslim Physicist who became the member of editorial board of international research journal Hadronic Journal by Institute of Basic Research, Cambridge, USA.
"Closed Curves in the Minkowski 3-space," Hadronic J.
Gravity is most likely hadronic, caused by protons and neutrons.
Two-body hadronic Bs decays with orbitally excited mesons in the final state
Jung, Hyers-Ulam-Rassias Stability of Functional Equations in Mathematical Analysis, Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, 2001.
Title: Leptonic and Hadronic Modeling of Fermi-Detected Blazars
Among the topics are puzzles in hadronic physics and novel quantum chromodynamics phenomenology, electron spin and its history, neutrino masses from the top down, muon (g-2) experiment and theory, results from the Borexino Solar Neutrino Experiment, and explosion mechanisms in core-collapse supernovae.
They form such particles through the hadronic Z (s-channel production) and W bosons (t-channel production) decays by weak interactions.
In the QCD case, roughly, the current algebra model provides some structural knowledge of the underlying level--the 'deeper' level of the hadronic constituents, the quarks and gluons.
Then, we "tag" the flavor of another B-meson by knowing the fact that it decays to a flavor specific state, [f.sub.Tag], such as [X.sup.+] [l.sup.-] -v, where X can be any hadronic states and [l.sup.-] is a negative lepton such as an electron or a negative muon.
At present the practical ways to produce high intensity cheap -ve moun beam as required for mCF is produce via hadronic interaction i.e.
Ergut, Bertrand curves for nonnull curves in 3-dimensional Lorentzian space, Hadronic Journal, 27(2004), 229-236.
An interweaving of trajectography devices, electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeters, and muon detectors, irrigated by millions of radiation-resistant canals, linked by millions of kilometres of cable to ultra-fast and synchronized data acquisition systems ...