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A proton is a subatomic particle.
Proton may also refer to:
- Proton, the ion, Hydron (chemistry) H+
- Proton, the ion, Hydronium/hydroxonium H
(especially in biochemistry)
- Proton-pump inhibitor, a group of drugs
- Proton conductor, an electrolyte
- Proton-coupled electron transfer, a chemical reaction mechanism
- An NMR spectrum from the 1H nucleus is often referred to as a "proton" spectrum.
- Protei-5 Russian diver propulsion vehicle called a "Proton", Russian diver propulsion vehicle
- Proton (rocket family), Russian unmanned space vehicle design
- Proton satellite, Soviet satellite
- Proton, a make of rebreather breathing set made by Siebe Gorman
- Proton-K, a rocket
- Proton-M, a rocket
- Proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry, a technique to monitor volatile organic compounds online
- The original code name of the Acorn microcomputer that became the BBC Micro
- Proton (bank card), an electronic purse for debit cards in Belgium
- Proton Bank, an investment bank in Greece
- Proton (automobile), a Malaysian car producer
- Proton Radio, an internet electronic music station
- Proton (supermarkets), a Greek chain of independent retailers
- Proton FC, football club in the Malaysian Premier League sponsored by the carmaker that existed between 1986-2009
- Proton, a geologic province of a craton that is between 1.6 and 2.5 billion years old, which developed in the Proterozoic Eon
- USS Proton (AG-147), a US Navy tank landing ship
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