quantum chromodynamics


quantum chromodynamics

noun plural but singular in construction

Definition of QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS

:  a theory of fundamental particles based on the assumption that quarks are distinguished by differences in color and are held together (as in hadrons) by an exchange of gluons

First Known Use of QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS

1975

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