Definition of Hadron

1. Noun. Any elementary particle that interacts strongly with other particles.




Definition of Hadron

1. Noun. (particles) A strongly interacting particle such as a proton. A particle which is affected by the strong nuclear force. A hadron is composed of quarks. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hadron

1. an elementary particle [n -S] : HADRONIC [adj]

Medical Definition of Hadron

1. Any of over 100 elementary particles that are the building blocks of atomic particles such as protons and neutrons. (09 Oct 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hadron

hadje
hadjee
hadjees
hadjes
hadji
hadjis
hadn't
hadna
hadnae
hadopelagic
hadrodynamic
hadrodynamics
hadrogenesis
hadrome
hadromes
hadron (current term)
hadronic
hadronic atom
hadronically
hadronisation
hadronise
hadronised
hadronises
hadronising
hadronization
hadronizations
hadronize
hadronized
hadronizing
hadronless

Literary usage of Hadron

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002, Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"High-energy hadron-nucleus (hA) interactions can be schematically described as a sequence of the following steps: • Glauber-Gribov cascade and high-energy ..."

2. National Accounts of OECD Countries: V.2 by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2004)
"High-energy hadron-nucleus (hA) interactions can be schematically described as a sequence of the following steps: • Glauber-Gribov cascade and high-energy ..."

3. Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the Task Force on Shielding Aspects of by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"Nuclear reactions are taken into account in an exclusive approach (using "Russian-models") where all stages of hadron-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus ..."

4. Physics of More Than 11 Years of COSY-11 by Przerwa, Joanna, Grzonka, Dieter, Klaja, Pawel, Moskal, Pawel, Oelert, Walter (2007)
"Meson production studies in the hadron-hadron interaction at threshold began in the fifties when sufficient energies of accelerated protons were available. ..."

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