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Any of a family of elementary particles that participate in the weak interaction, including the electron and its associated neutrino.
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Abstract: We describe new implementations of leptonic and hadronic models for the broadband emission from relativistic jets in AGN in a temporary steady state.
In the leptonic theory, a proton is a tightly bound state of two positrons and one electron where the binding force is primarily magnetic.
Key to understanding this relationship is the unification between leptonic neutrinos and gluons.