neutrino

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neutrino

 [noo-tre´no]
a subatomic particle with an extremely small mass and no electric charge.

neutrino

(nū-trē′nō)
In physics, a subatomic particle at rest, with no mass and no electric charge. These particles are constantly flowing through the universe and are not known to affect the matter through which they pass.

neutrino

a subatomic particle with an extremely small mass (theoretically zero rest mass) and no electric charge.
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It should be emitting electron-neutrinos only, and detecting devices would only pick up electron-neutrinos.
Key words: electron-neutrino correlation; neutron beta decay.
2,4] and from electron-neutrino angular correlations in the decay of [.

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