dineutron

noun di·neutron \(ˈ)dī+\

Definition of dineutron

  1. :  a neutral particle of twice the neutron's mass that is produced by collision of tritons and that is very unstable and quickly disintegrates into two neutrons

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Origin and Etymology of dineutron

di- + neutron


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