any of the elementary particles having a mass equal to or greater than that of a proton and that participate in strong interactions; a hadron with a baryon number of +1.
a subgroup of hadrons ( particles that interact through the strong nuclear force ) whose decay always conserves barion number
Any of a class of elementary particles that have a mass greater than or equal to that of the proton, participate in strong interactions, and have a spin of ½ . Baryons are either nucleons or hyperons .
Type of hadron, consisting of proton, neutron, and the unstable hyperons (and their antiparticles).
A heavy sub-atomic particle, such as a proton or neutron.
a nuclear particle, e
a particle composed of three quarks, such as a proton and a neutron
A massive, strongly interacting elementary particle, such as a proton or a neutron.
a massive elementary particle made up of three quarks. Neutrons and protons are baryons.
A hadron made from three quarks. The proton (uud) and the neutron (udd) are both baryons. They may also contain additional quark-antiquark pairs.
Bound state of 3 quarks. Examples are the proton and neutron but also some more exotic higher mass varieties such as the lambda.
A massive composite hadron (made of three quarks) such as the proton or the neutron.
Protons and neutrons
Any 3-colored block; i.e. the corners. In particle physics, a baryon is a particle with 3 quarks, hence the name.
In particle physics, the baryons are the family of subatomic particles which are made of three quarks. The family notably includes the proton and neutron, which make up the atomic nucleus, but many other unstable baryons exist as well. The term "baryon" is derived from the Greek (barys), meaning "heavy," because at the time of their naming it was believed that baryons were characterized by having greater mass than other particles.