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Name: Wyatt
Status: student
Grade: 9-12
Location: SC
Country: USA
Date: Spring 2012


Question:
Are there any hadrons made of quarks that are not up and down? An example might be a combination of strange, charm, bottom, or top quarks? If there have not been any discovered, then is it possible?

Replies:
Yes, there are tons of them, and many have been observed. Wikipedia has lists of all the hadrons.

Tim Mooney


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