strong force
Noun

strong force (plural strong forces)

  1. (physics) The color force, a fundamental force that is associated with the strong bonds, created by the associated bosons known as gluons, between quarks and other subatomic particles.
  2. (physics, dated) The nuclear force, a residual force responsible for the interactions between nucleons, deriving from the color force
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