|J/psi particle||J particle|
|J/psi particle||psi particle|
|(Physics) deuteron (positively charged particle made up of a proton and a neutron)||deuton|
|(Physics) entity that has qualities of a particle (e.g. mass, momentum) but cannot exist as a free particle||quasiparticle|
|(Physics, Chemistry) electrically charged atom formed by the loss or gain of an electron; electrically charged particle formed in a gas, electrically charged atom or atom group||ion|
|9th letter of Greek alphabet, small amount, tiny amount, bit, particle; ninth letter of the Greek alphabet||iota|
|act of sprinkling, distribute small amounts of, give out in small amounts, light rain, light rain; small amount, handful, rain very slightly, scatter or be scattered throughout things, disperse; spray; fall lightly, drizzle (about rain), sugar particle...||sprinkle|
|aim at something, aim something, goal, make somebody or something target, mark, objective, marker for taking levels, object aimed at in shooting, small shield, somebody or something on receiving end, something aimed at, something hit by particle accele...||target|
|air spray, container with gas under pressure, liquid substance stored under pressure and released as a fine spray; container in which this is stored; tiny particle suspended in the atmosphere and carried by the wind (Ecology), substance sprayed, suspen...||aerosol|
|alpha-particle, helium nucleus||alpha particle|
|animation, effervesce, effervescence, emit sparks; glimmer, twinkle, glitter; be lively and vivacious; bubble, fizz, glitter; spark; effervescence; liveliness, perform vivaciously, shining particle, throw off sparks||sparkle|
|antiparticle of an electron, elementary particle equal in mass to the electron but with a positive electrical charge (Physics), electron antiparticle||positron|
|antiparticle of neutron, particle that is the antiparticle counterpart of a neutron (Physics)||antineutron|
|antiparticle of nucleon, particle that is the antiparticle counterpart of a proton or a neutron, an antiproton or an antineutron (Physics)||antinucleon|
|any particle (such as electron, proton or neutron) that complies to the Fermi-Dirac statistics and is subject to the Pauli exclusion principle (Physics), elementary particle||fermion|
|atom, particle (Archaic); tiny creature; pygmy, dwarf; skeleton (Archaic)||atomy|
|basic component of particles, hadron, elementary subatomic particle, any of the particles that make up atomic particles (Physics), low-fat soft cheese||quark|
|basic indivisible constituent of matter, fundamental particle||elementary particle|
|basic quality, cereal; seed; granule; plants producing grain; particle; small portion of; texture, weave, cereals, direction of threads, dye, feed grain, give a grainy appearance, granulate, manufacture grains; crumble into granules; paint in imitation...||grain|
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