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proton

See also: Proton and protón

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From Ancient Greek πρῶτον (prôton), neuter of πρῶτος (prôtos, first)

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proton (plural protons)

  1. (physics) positively charged subatomic particle forming part of the nucleus of an atom and determining the atomic number of an element; the nucleus of the most common isotope of hydrogen; composed of two up quarks and a down quark

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  • p (symbolic)

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AfrikaansEdit

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proton (plural protone)

  1. (physics) proton

CzechEdit

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proton m

  1. proton

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proton n (plural protonen)

  1. (physics) proton



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proton m

  1. (physics) proton

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proton n (genitive protōnis); third declension

  1. (physics) proton

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Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative proton protōnēs
genitive protōnis protōnum
dative protōnī protōnibus
accusative protōnem protōnēs
ablative protōne protōnibus
vocative proton protōnēs

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proton

  1. (physics) proton

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proton m

  1. (physics) proton

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pròtōn m (Cyrillic spelling про̀то̄н)

  1. proton

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proton c

  1. (physics) proton

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