color force


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color force

[′kəl·ər ‚fȯrs]
(particle physics)
The force that acts between quarks to bind them in hadrons and is thought to be the basis of all nuclear forces.
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Under normal conditions the potent color force keeps quarks and gluons tightly confined within the nuclear particles.
Color Force and Black Bear Pictures are producing alongside the senior Hedges.
A Focus Features (in U.S.) release presented with Random House Films in association with Film4 of a Color Force production in association with Twins Financing.
Physicists have divided all the motions in the universe into the domains of four kinds of force: gravity, electromagnetism, the weak subatomic force and the strong subatomic force or color force. Each of these has its source in a different property of material objects --for example, the source of gravity is mass, while that of electromagnetic forces is electric charge.