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axion

[ ak-see-on ]
/ ˈæk siˌɒn /
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noun Physics.
a hypothetical particle having no charge, zero spin, and small mass: postulated in some forms of quantum chromodynamics.
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Origin of axion

1978; perhaps axi(al current) + -on1
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British Dictionary definitions for axion

axion
/ (ˈæksɪˌon) /

noun
physics a hypothetical neutral elementary particle postulated to account for certain conservation laws in the strong interaction

Word Origin for axion

C20: from axi (om) + -on
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