Definition: Quark Space

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Quark Space | $\mathbb{Q} = \left\{ \overline{\rho}^{ 1 }, \ \overline{\rho}^{2}, \ \overline{\rho}^{3} \ldots \ \overline{\rho}^{\, k} \ldots \ \overline{\rho}^{\, N} \right\}$ | 5-6 |

## Logical Antecedents

Noun | Definition | |

Quark | $\sf{\text{The union of a conjugate seed}} \\ \sf{\text{with a thermodynamic seed.}}$ | 3-34 |

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Particle | $\sf{P} \equiv \sf{\text{a collection of quarks}}$ | 4-1 |

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Radius Vector | $\overline{\rho} \equiv \left( \rho_{ m}, \rho_{e}, \rho_{ z} \right)$ | 5-4 |

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