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Baryons are a group of composite particles that contain three quarks (or anti-quarks) that are held together by the strong nuclear force (mediated by [[gluons]]) and exemplify the theory of confinement. The most notable examples of baryons are the nucleons (protons and neutrons).
 
Baryons are a group of composite particles that contain three quarks (or anti-quarks) that are held together by the strong nuclear force (mediated by [[gluons]]) and exemplify the theory of confinement. The most notable examples of baryons are the nucleons (protons and neutrons).
  
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Baryons are a group of composite particles that contain three quarks (or anti-quarks) that are held together by the strong nuclear force (mediated by gluons) and exemplify the theory of confinement. The most notable examples of baryons are the nucleons (protons and neutrons).