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(New page: A '''muon''' is a fundamental constituent of matter. Its properties are similar to those of the more-familiar electron, but it is roughly 206 times more massive.)
 
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A '''muon''' is a fundamental constituent of [[matter]].  Its properties are similar to those of the more-familiar [[electron]], but it is roughly 206 times more massive.
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A '''muon''' is a fundamental constituent of [[matter]].  Its properties are similar to those of the more-familiar [[electron]], but it is roughly 206 times more massive.  Muons belong to a category of elementary particle known as [[lepton]]s.

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A muon is a fundamental constituent of matter. Its properties are similar to those of the more-familiar electron, but it is roughly 206 times more massive. Muons belong to a category of elementary particle known as leptons.