mesotron

See also: mésotron

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EtymologyEdit

From meso- +‎ -tron. Coined by American physicists Carl Anderson and Seth Neddermeyer in 1938 in a letter to Nature titled "Mesotron (Intermediate Particle) as a Name for the New Particles of Intermediate Mass".

NounEdit

mesotron (plural mesotrons)

  1. (physics, dated) meson

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