Definitions of Chemical Quarks

The union of a conjugate seed and a chemical seed is called a chemical quark. Chemical quarks are symbolized using bold lower-case Roman letters with serifs like a b c (this is different from a b c the sans-serif font used for thermodynamic quarks). So chemical quarks are defined by objectifying pairs of Anaxagorean sensations, and named after their chemical seeds. Objectification changes narrative forms of description from using adjectives to identify sensations, to using nouns for identifying particles. Click on any icon in the table below for more detail.

 Pairs of Sensations Quarks
 Taste-Somatic Pairs
 + → tart taste on the right → acidic quark + → tart taste on the left → acidic anti-quark + → soapy taste on the right → basic quark + → soapy taste on the left → basic anti-quark + → bitter taste on the right → anionic quark + → bitter taste on the left → anionic anti-quark + → brackish taste on the right → cationic quark + → brackish taste on the left → cationic anti-quark + → sweet taste on the right → dextro quark + → sweet taste on left → dextro anti-quark + → savory taste on the right → levo quark + → savory taste on the left → levo anti-quark

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 Noun Definition Chemical Quark $\sf{\text{The union of a conjugate seed}} \\ \sf{\text{with a chemical seed.}}$ 3-55
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