Definition of Hyperons

1. Noun. (plural of hyperon) ¹



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Definition of Hyperons

1. hyperon [n] - See also: hyperon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperons

hypernovas
hypernuclear
hypernuclei
hypernucleus
hypernutrition
hypernym
hypernymic
hypernymous
hypernyms
hypernymy
hyperoartia
hyperoctahedral
hyperon
hyperoncotic
hyperonic
hyperons (current term)
hyperonychia
hyperonym
hyperonyms
hyperonymy
hyperoodon
hyperoodons
hyperope
hyperoperation
hyperoperations
hyperoperator
hyperoperators
hyperopes
hyperopia
hyperopias

Literary usage of Hyperons

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1. Physics of More Than 11 Years of COSY-11 by Przerwa, Joanna, Grzonka, Dieter, Klaja, Pawel, Moskal, Pawel, Oelert, Walter (2007)
"The production of the A- and I7"-hyperons has been measured via the pp -t pK+A/Sa ... Since the quark structures of the two neutral A and I7'1 hyperons are ..."

2. Electric Waves: Being Researches on the Propagation of Electric Action with ...by Heinrich Hertz, Daniel Evan Jones by Heinrich Hertz, Daniel Evan Jones (1893)
"Presents early evidence for new classes of particles and indicates theoretical difficulties created by discovery of heavy mesons and hyperons. ..."

3. C-O-R Generalized Functions, Current Algebras, and Control by Robert Hermann (1994)
"For instance, the neutron and proton were found to bear a strong family likeness to six other particles known as hyperons, of the same spin and similiar ..."

4. Turn of the Century: 2100 by Charlie Pedersen (2007)
"Nucleons are the fermionic constituents of normal atomic nuclei: • Protons • Neutrons hyperons such as the A, A, E and fi particles, which contain one or ..."

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