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The detector allows researchers to make precise measurements of the production of hadrons from high-energy protons interactions. They come in three flavors named for their partner leptons. With a heavy bias towards astrophysics and therefore on a more moderate level formally. In chemistry and physics, a nucleon is one of the particles that makes up the atomic nucleus. On the basis of this expression estimate the ratio of the 2H - 3H to 2H - 3He rates at a temperature of 2 x108 K. in which the deuteron and proton are essentially at rest.

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