Asymptotic freedom



a property of the force between quarks, according to quantum chromodynamics, such that they behave almost like free particles when they are close together within a hadron.

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  • Asymptotical

    of or relating to an . (of a function) approaching a given value as an expression containing a variable tends to infinity. (of two functions) so defined that their ratio approaches unity as the independent variable approaches a limit or infinity. (of a formula) becoming increasingly exact as a variable approaches a limit, usually infinity. […]

  • Asynapsis

    failure of the pairing of homologous chromosomes during meiosis. noun (biology) failure of pairing of chromosomes at meiosis



  • Asymptotically

    of or relating to an . (of a function) approaching a given value as an expression containing a variable tends to infinity. (of two functions) so defined that their ratio approaches unity as the independent variable approaches a limit or infinity. (of a formula) becoming increasingly exact as a variable approaches a limit, usually infinity. […]

  • Asynchronism

    a lack of or coincidence in time. Historical Examples asynchronism, a-sin′kro-nizm, n. want of synchronism or correspondence in time. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various noun a lack of synchronism; occurrence at different times



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