subnuclear particle

subnuclear particle

[səb¦nü·klē·ər ′pärd·i·kəl]
(particle physics)
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A calculation that took 2 years on a powerful special-purpose computer has provided evidence that a hypothesized subnuclear particle called a glueball actually exists.
The Rutherford-Bohr atom is featured in chemistry and physics books used worldwide, and Rutherford scattering is still used today to probe subnuclear particles and the structure of microelectronic devices.