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- noun an unstable meson produced as the result of a high-energy particle collision
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K-meson would have to be antimatter in exactly half the cases and in the other half, matter.
My group designed and built part of the large magnetic spectrometer complex at SLAC and used it to do a series of pi - and K-meson photoproduction experiments.
“K-meson Mass from a K-hydrogen Scattering Event,” Phys.