Anionic Quarks
Characteristics
of anionic quarks
spin zero
charge zero
lepton number zero
baryon number zero
temperature not assigned
internal energy 6.4 (eV)

A seed-aggregate composed from one anionic seed and one ordinary seed is called an ordinary anionic quark. It is represented symbolically using the letter n in a bold serifed typeface. Here is a mathematical statement of the definition along with an icon to illustrate the quark.

$\large{\textbf{n}} \normalsize{\ \equiv \, } \large{\{}$ $\sf{ O \, , }$ $\large{\}}$
anionic-quark.png

You can usually click on quark icons to come back to a page like this for reference. The anionic anti-quark is defined as the union of one anionic seed with an odd seed.

$\large{\overline{\textbf{n}}} \normalsize{\ \equiv \, } \large{\{}$ $\sf{ \overline{O} \, , }$ $\large{\}}$
anionic-anti-quark.png

These definitions can also be stated using seed icons as

anionic-seed.png + ordinary-seed.png anionic-quark.png
anionic-seed.png + odd-seed.png anionic-anti-quark.png
saltyicon.jpgodd.jpg
Sensory interpretation: Ordinary anionic quarks represent bitter Anaxagorean taste sensations on the right-side, and anionic anti-quarks are objectified from bitter tastes on the left.

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