bottomonium

bottomonium

[‚bäd·ə′mō·nē·əm]
(particle physics)
A meson, such as the upsilon particle, that is made up of the bottom quark b and its antiquark b.
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Contributions include a biography of Wolfgang Panofsky, research on bottomonium, the LSND and MiniBooNE experiments, axions, density functional theory and Fermi superfluids, fluid dynamics in relativistic collisions, supernovae, muonic hydrogen, CP violation in the Bs system, mixing angle evaluation of the Standard Model, liquid argon detectors, partonic structure of the proton, photodetectors in particle physics experimentation, supersymmetry, superheavy nuclei, electron-positron annihilation, two chapters on the Tevatron collider, two-neutrino double-beta decay, and lepton flavor-violation.