Centre of gravity, mean.
barycentric, bar-i-sen′trik, adj. pertaining to the centre of gravity.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
- Barycentric coordinate system
a system of coordinates for an n- dimensional Euclidean space in which each point is represented by n constants whose sum is 1 and whose product with a given set of linearly independent points equals the point.
microbar. Antoine Louis [ahn-twan lwee] /ɑ̃ˈtwan lwi/ (Show IPA), 1795–1875, French sculptor and painter. Historical Examples Here, with regard to the anatomy of animals, we pursue the same method, and the example chosen shall be that of barye. Artistic Anatomy of Animals douard Cuyer Five days of the week he went to barye’s studio and […]
a proton, neutron, or any elementary particle that decays into a set of particles that includes a proton. Contemporary Examples baryon oscillation is basically sound waves in the early Universe. Using Black Holes to Measure Dark Energy, Like a BOSS Matthew R. Francis April 12, 2014 One of those observations is BOSS: the baryon Oscillation […]
- Baryon number
a quantum number assigned to elementary particles, baryons having baryon number 1, antibaryons −1, and all other observable particles 0; quarks have baryon number 1/3 and antiquarks −1/3. baryon number A quantum number equal to the number of baryons in a system of subatomic particles minus the number of antibaryons. Baryons have a baryon number […]
a proton, neutron, or any elementary particle that decays into a set of particles that includes a proton. adjective of or relating to a baryon noun any of a class of elementary particles that have a mass greater than or equal to that of the proton, participate in strong interactions, and have a spin of […]