What are Types? Types
In physics, fundamental interactions (sometimes called fundamental forces) are the ways that the simplest particles in the universe interact with one other. An interaction is fundamental when it cannot be described in terms of other interactions. (From the Wikipedia page on Fundamental interaction.)
A subatomic particle consisting of two or three quarks.
A microscopically small unit of matter or energy. The properties of this type are some of those found in Wikipedia here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Infobox_Particle/doc).
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A group of subatomic particles which share the same quantum properties.
A quark is an elementary particle. Quarks combine together to form hadrons (such as protons and neutrons).
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A group of fundamental particles; between generations, particles differ only by their mass.
What are Mediators? Mediators
The magnetic moment, including its uncertainty, of a subatomic particle in units of Bohr magneton.
This type is used to hold a particle-antiparticle pair.
The mass of a subatomic particle, including its uncertainty, in units of MeV/c².
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A CVT which denotes the number of one type of fundamental particle which make up a compound subatomic particle.