Definitions

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  • adjective astrophysics, nuclear physics Not containing or consisting of baryons

Etymologies

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non- +‎ baryonic

Examples

  • But as things stand, I find the “solution” to the problem - the postulation of a large amount of “something else” like WIMPs, nonbaryonic matter, heavy neutrinos!? somewhat bizarre and a bit contrived.

    Dark Matter: Still Existing

  • But as things stand, I find the “solution” to the problem - the postulation of a large amount of “something else” like WIMPs, nonbaryonic matter, heavy neutrinos!? somewhat bizarre and a bit contrived.

    Dark Matter: Still Existing

  • Yes, most dark matter is considered nonbaryonic and accounts for 23% of the mass-energy density of the observable universe, detectable baryonic matter is only a little less than 5%, and dark energy makes up the rest.

    Wired Campus

  • There should now be valuable records of the behavior of extragalactic neutron stars and nonbaryonic matter, two major components of the galaxy’s distant halo.

    Mosaic

  • There should now be valuable records of the behavior of extragalactic neutron stars and nonbaryonic matter, two major components of the galaxy’s distant halo.

    Star Trek Voyager Mosaic

  • There should now be valuable records of the behavior of extragalactic neutron stars and nonbaryonic matter, two major components of the galaxy’s distant halo.

    Star Trek Voyager Mosaic

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