tauon

[ taw-on, tou- ]
/ ˈtɔ ɒn, ˈtaʊ- /

noun Physics.

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Origin of tauon

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British Dictionary definitions for tauon

tauon
/ (ˈtaʊɒn) /

noun

physics a negatively charged elementary particle of mass 3477.48 × electron mass classed as a lepton, with an associated antiparticle and neutrino

Word Origin for tauon

C20: from Greek letter tau + -on
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