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'''Quarks''' are [[elementary particle]]s that are one of the two types of [[fermion]]s, the other being [[lepton]]s. Quarks are the only elementary particles that interact in all four [[fundamental interactions]] of physics. There are six [[flavor]]s of quarks: up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top quarks. The [[antiparticle]]s of quarks are called [[antiquark]]s. Quarks have [[spin]] 1/2, [[baryon number]] 1/3, and electric charge 1/3 or −2/3. Properties and [[quantum number]]s usually can be found by direct experimenting but [[confinement]] of quarks stops any chance of precise measurement.
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'''Quarks''' are [[fundamental particles]] that are one of the two types of [[fermion]]s, the other being [[lepton]]s. Quarks are the only elementary particles that interact in all four [[fundamental interactions]] of physics. There are six flavors of quarks: up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top quarks. The [[antimatter|antiparticle]]s of quarks are called antiquarks. Quarks have spin 1/2, baryon number 1/3, and electric charge 1/3 or −2/3. Properties and [[quantum number]]s usually can be found by direct experimenting but confinement of quarks stops any chance of precise measurement.
  
 
The word ''quark'' originates from the passage "Three quarks for Muster Mark!/Sure he hasn't got much of a bark/And sure any he has it's all beside the mark." from ''[[Finnegans Wake]]'' by [[James Joyce]].
 
The word ''quark'' originates from the passage "Three quarks for Muster Mark!/Sure he hasn't got much of a bark/And sure any he has it's all beside the mark." from ''[[Finnegans Wake]]'' by [[James Joyce]].
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Latest revision as of 21:45, 1 December 2017

Quarks are fundamental particles that are one of the two types of fermions, the other being leptons. Quarks are the only elementary particles that interact in all four fundamental interactions of physics. There are six flavors of quarks: up, down, strange, charm, bottom, and top quarks. The antiparticles of quarks are called antiquarks. Quarks have spin 1/2, baryon number 1/3, and electric charge 1/3 or −2/3. Properties and quantum numbers usually can be found by direct experimenting but confinement of quarks stops any chance of precise measurement.

The word quark originates from the passage "Three quarks for Muster Mark!/Sure he hasn't got much of a bark/And sure any he has it's all beside the mark." from Finnegans Wake by James Joyce.