neutron neutron  /ˈnu ˌtrɑn/


  • (n) an elementary particle with 0 charge and mass about equal to a proton; enters into the structure of the atomic nucleus


  1. There most probably is a neutron, smallest bit, last resolvable particle of Matter.
  2. One of the most puzzling known particles of the atom is the neutron, the uncharged building block of the nucleus.
  3. More fallout from the nondecision on the neutron weapon The neutron warhead was designed to stop Soviet tanks, but so far the only damage caused by the weapon has been.


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  1. "Unless it corrects course within the next five to 10 years, Europe by the end of this century will be a continent after the neutron bomb: the grand buildings will still be standing but the people who built them will be gone," Canadian...
    on Sep 21, 2008 By: Mark Steyn Source: Seattle Times

  2. Chas Freeman, a retired US ambassador to Saudi Arabia, said naming Bolton to the UN job was "the equivalent of dropping a neutron bomb on the organization."
    on Mar 7, 2005 By: Chas Freeman Source: USA Today

  3. Dr Brian Cox, a particle physicist from Cern, said: "These papers describe what was cutting-edge science at the time. The sheer amount of knowledge that these papers contain amazes me - only eight years after Chadwick discovered that a neutron even...
    on Jun 2, 2007 By: Brian Cox Source: BBC News

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