Definitions

from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A semistable or unstable baryon with mass greater than the neutron. See Table at subatomic particle.

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  • n. Any baryon with a non-zero strangeness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Any baryon that is not a nucleon; it is an unstable particle with a mass greater than that of a neutron.

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  • n. any baryon that is not a nucleon; unstable particle with mass greater than a neutron

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Examples

  • When the violation of parity was discovered I began a series of electronic experiments to investigate parity violation in hyperon decays.

    James Cronin - Autobiography

  • As large number of hyperons may be produced in dense matter, hyperon-hyperon interaction is important and included in this model.

    Science

  • We investigate the effect of exotic matter in particular, hyperon matter on neutron star properties such as equation of state (EoS), mass-radius relationship and bulk viscosity.

    Science

  • Hyperon-hyperon interaction makes the EoS softer resulting in a smaller maximum mass neutron star compared with the case without the interaction.

    Science

  • It was contaminated by a large flux of L0, and so was also a hyperon beam, permitting the first measurements of L0 cross-sections as well as the

    Jack Steinberger - Autobiography

  • Delta0 + gamma, which demonstrated the existence of the Sigma0 hyperon and gave a measure of its mass.

    Jack Steinberger - Autobiography

  • I moved to the larger machine where I continued to do some weak interaction experiments, like for instance the determination of the parity violation in the beta decay of the lambda hyperon.

    Carlo Rubbia - Autobiography

  • During this period, with a series of excellent students, we further studied hyperon decays.

    James Cronin - Autobiography

  • SĀ° hyperon as well as differential cross-sections for the production of those particles by pions.

    Donald A. Glaser - Biography

  • Other experiments yielded information on pion-proton scattering, parity violation in non-leptonic hyperon decay, and the branching ratios in positive K meson decay.

    Donald A. Glaser - Biography

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