bare charm

bare charm

[¦ber ¦chärm]
(particle physics)
Charm that is carried by a quark and is not canceled by the charm of the corresponding antiquark, so that the hadron of which the quark is a constituent has net charm different from zero.
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He claims its plain character for himself in a very moving moment--simply but powerfully composed--in which Rissient stands, brick-faced, stoic, yet deeply moved as he mourns the bare charm of his village's train station, and the vast desolate emptiness of the landscape around it.