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Quarks
An overview
Quark structure proton.svg
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Quarks[edit]

An overview[edit]

Overview
Quark
Eightfold Way
Quark model
Individual quarks
Up quark
Down quark
Strange quark
Charm quark
Bottom quark
Top quark
Flavour
Flavour
Isospin
Strangeness
Charm
Bottomness
Topness
Other properties
Baryon number
Color charge
Color confinement
Electric charge
Hypercharge
Spin
Weak hypercharge
Weak isospin
BL
X
Hadrons
Hadron
Baryon
List of baryons
Meson
List of mesons
Exotic hadron
Tetraquark
Pentaquark
Appendix A – Related topics
Antiparticle
Beta decay
CKM matrix
Color–flavor locking
Constituent quark
Current quark
CP violation
Fermion
Gell-Mann–Nishijima formula
Generation
Gluon
Hadronization
Lepton
Leptoquark
November Revolution
Parton
Preon
QCD matter
Quark epoch
Quark star
Quantum chromodynamics
Quarkonium
Quark–lepton complementarity
Standard Model
Strong interaction
Weak interaction
List of particles
Timeline of particle discoveries
Appendix B – Selected biographies
James Bjorken
Nicola Cabibbo
Richard Feynman
Murray Gell-Mann
Sheldon Lee Glashow
Haim Harari
John Iliopoulos
Makoto Kobayashi
Leon M. Lederman
Luciano Maiani
Toshihide Maskawa
Yuval Ne'eman
Kazuhiko Nishijima
Burton Richter
Samuel C. C. Ting
George Zweig
Appendix C – Selected facilities and experiments
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Belle experiment
BaBar experiment
CDF experiment
DØ experiment
Fermilab
Large Hadron Collider
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Tevatron