Meaning of hadronic in English:


Pronunciation /haˈdrɒnɪk/



See hadron

‘This process results in two jets of hadronic particles as the quarks form hadrons.’
  • ‘‘Color,’ as in quantum chromodynamics, refers here to the hadronic analogue of charge rather than to anything optical.’
  • ‘Because the heavy quark is relatively inert, one can extract the properties of different light-quark configurations from the hadronic spectrum.’
  • ‘In the mid-1990s two groups independently calculated a small, troublesome contribution to the muon g factor called hadronic light-by-light scattering.’
  • ‘At earlier times than this, the familiar hadronic particles dissolve into a soup of quarks.’