The Eightfold Way categories which groups of particles?

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The Eightfold Way categories which groups of particles?
 
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Finaly i have been waiting all day...yeaster day for this...damn you and your 1 hour behind me location.

Now the answer is quirks (i edited it...then i chnged it) but i will learn more about it so i can earn the point sub fairly


sorry i reread soemthing and saw hadons but when i changed it I dident look at you post but looking at the time stamp u beat me too it
 
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"Eightfold Way, classification of subatomic particles known as hadrons into groups on the basis of their symmetrical properties.."
http://concise.britannica.com/ebc/article?eu=32693 [Broken]
 
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yea that was the one i read 1 minuet too late...damn you
check this little atom builder out here
 
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i repeat "particles"
 
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Fermions and Bosons??
 
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Well there are two things I have heard of this. One deals with baryons (protons et al.)

The other deals with chemistry and the arrangement of electrons in orbital shells.
 
baryons and mesons
 
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aretn those sub classes of hadons
 

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