The strongest of the forces. It is carried by the gluon and keeps quarks together in hadrons. There is also a residual strong force that is carried by mesons, keeping protons and neutrons together in the nucleus of an atom. gluon, quark, nucleus, proton, neutron, Quantum Chromodynamics, Debriefing
The nuclear force, the strongest of the four fundamental forces of nature.
One of four known fundamental forces (the others are the weak force, electromagnetism and gravity). The strong force is felt only by quarks and gluons, and is responsible for binding quarks together to make hadrons. For example, two up quarks and a down quark are bound together to make a proton. The strong interaction is also responsible for holding protons and neutrons together in atomic nuclei.
force of attraction between particles in atomic nuclei.
The fundamental strong force is the force between quarks and gluons that makes them combine to form the observed hadrons, such as protons and neutrons. It also causes forces between hadrons, such as the strong nuclear force that makes protons and neutrons bind together to form nuclei.
One of the four fundamental forces, the strong force is responsible for binding quarks into nucleons like the proton and neutron. The strong force actually gets weaker at high energies. It is also known as the color force. It is described by an SU(3) gauge theory called "quantum chromodynamics" (QCD). It is mediated by gluons.
(physics) the interaction that binds protons and neutrons together in the nuclei of atoms; mediated by gluons
The strongest of the four fundamental forces, with the shortest range of all. It holds the quarks together within protons and neutrons, and holds the protons and neutrons together to form atoms.
The force that binds quarks and gluons together to form hadrons like protons and neutrons. Hadrons are also bound to one another by the residual strong force between their quarks and gluons.
The attraction acting over extremely short distances between nucleons and thus enabling the atomic nucleus to resist the electrostatic mutual repulsion of its protons.
Harringon M (in fact Magriel's M) also called the Strong Force: The ratio of your stack to the current total of the blinds and antes. So if you have 1000 chips SB=25, BB=50, Antes=25 M = 1000 / 100 = 10 The M tells you how many orbits you can survive before being blinded off, assuming you play no pots. Depending on that ratio, you play hands differently and have different starting hand requirement. The more your M is close to 0, the more you open up and push.
See "nuclear force."
The force that binds protons and neutrons within atomic nuclei and is effective only at distances less than 10-13 centimeters.