muonium

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NounEdit

muonium (plural muoniums)

  1. (physics, chemistry) an exotic atom formed when a positively charged muon (an anti-muon) and an electron are bound by their mutual electrical attraction; chemically equivalent to a light, short-lived isotope of hydrogen

Derived termsEdit

  • Mu (symbol, abbreviation)

See alsoEdit

  • muononium, the onium form of mu leptons (muons)
  • positronium
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