Neutrino vs Semileptonic - What's the difference?

neutrino | semileptonic |


As a noun neutrino

is neutrino.

As an adjective semileptonic is

(physics) of or pertaining to the decay of a hadron through the weak nuclear force in which one lepton (and the corresponding neutrino) is produced in addition to one or more hadrons.

neutrino

Noun

(en noun)
  • An elementary particle that is classified as a lepton, and has an extremely small but nonzero mass and no electric charge. It interacts with the surroundings only via the weak force or gravitation, making it very difficult to detect.
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  • , year=2011 , date=September 22 , author=Nick Collins , title=Speed of light 'broken' by scientists , work=Daily Telegraph citation , page= , passage=But researchers at the CERN lab near Geneva claim they have recorded neutrinos , a type of tiny particle, travelling faster than the barrier of 186,282 miles (299,792 kilometres) per second.}}

    semileptonic

    English

    Adjective

    (-) (Semileptonic decay)
  • (physics) Of or pertaining to the decay of a hadron through the weak nuclear force in which one lepton (and the corresponding neutrino) is produced in addition to one or more hadrons.