Lepton-number



noun, Physics.
1.
in a process involving elementary particles, the total number of leptons minus the total number of antileptons.
noun
1.
(physics) a quantum number describing the behaviour of elementary particles, equal to the number of leptons present minus the number of antileptons. It is thought to be conserved in all processes l

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