any elementary particle that interacts strongly with other particles.
A type of matter particle made up of quarks bound together by gluons. See also: quark, gluon, baryon, meson, Debriefing
Any particle made out of quarks and/or anti-quarks. Protons, neutrons, and anti-protons are examples of hadrons.
Any particle which interacts with the strong force. Hadrons are divided into two groups: baryons consisting of three quarks and mesons consisting of a quark anti-quark pair.
A particle consisting of quarks. ('heavy' particles)
Particle (protons, neutrons, mesons) which takes part in strong nuclear reactions.
Any particle made of quarks and gluons, i.e. a meson or a baryon. All such particles have no strong charge (i.e are strong charge neutral objects) but participate in residual strong interactions due to the strong charges of their constituents.
a composition of quarks
a subatomic particle which experiences very strong nuclear force (Strong nuclear force or strong interaction means the interactions between quarks and gluons which is explained by quantum chromodynamics
Either a baryon or meson.
any observable particle that is affected by the strong force.
A strongly interacting particle.
A particle made of strongly-interacting constituents (quarks and/or gluons). These include the mesons and baryons. Such particles participate in residual strong interactions.
A "heavy" particle, made up of three quarks. Protons and neutrons are the most well known hadrons.
Any of the subatomic particles that are built from quarks and thus react through the agency of the strong nuclear force.
In particle physics, a hadron is a subatomic particle which experiences the nuclear force. These are not fundamental particles but are composed of fermions, called quarks and antiquarks, and of bosons, called gluons. The gluons mediate the color force that binds the quarks together.