from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The antiparticle of the neutron.
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- n. The antiparticle corresponding to a neutron.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The antiparticle of a neutron. It has the same mass as a neutron, but a spin and magnetic moment opposite that of the neutron.
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- n. the antiparticle of a neutron
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When an antineutron collides with a beryllium nucleus, it annihilates one neutron, and the mutual annihilation releases around nine times the energy of a fissioning uranium atom.
The major region of administration by for the neutron and antineutron.
The missiles penetrated the Arctic ice, and delivered antineutron-beryllium warheads -- or 'cram bombs' --- onto the sites you see here. "
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