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nucleon, term applying to both the proton and the neutron, the two constituents of atomic nuclei. The nucleon may be considered a single particle, of which the proton and the neutron are two different states. See atom; elementary particles.

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nucleon

nu·cle·on / ˈn(y)oōklēˌän/ • n. Physics a proton or neutron.

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nucleon

nucleon Any of the particles found within the nucleus of an atom: a neutron or a proton.

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