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lepton

See also: Lepton and leptón

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From Ancient Greek λεπτόν (leptón), neuter form of λεπτός (leptós, small).

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lepton (plural lepta or leptons)

  1. A small, bronze Judean coin from the 1st century BC, considered by some to be the widow's mite.
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From Ancient Greek λεπτός (leptós) +‎ -on.

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lepton (plural leptons)

  1. An elementary particle with a spin of 1/2 (a fermion) which is immune to the strong nuclear force (including the electron, the muon, the neutrino and the tauon).
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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek λεπτόν (leptón), neuter form of λεπτός (leptós, small).

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  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: lep‧ton

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lepton n (plural leptonen)

  1. (physics) lepton

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From Ancient Greek

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lepton m (plural leptons)

  1. (physics) lepton
  2. lepton (coin)

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lepton m

  1. (physics) lepton
  2. lepton (coin)

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