Of course, not all of these combinations are stable, semi-stable, or quasi-stable, especially when their time to bind together might be longer than their lifespan.
* For combinations of [member of] we have: qa (unmatter biquark), mesons and antimesons; the number of all possible unmatter combinations will be 6 x 6 = 36, but not all of them will bind together.
It is possible to combine, unmatter + unmatter = unmatter, as in ud^ + us^ = uud^s^ (of course if they bind together).
* For combinations of 4 we have: qqaa (unmatter tetraquark); the number of all possible unmatter combinations will be [6.sup.2] x [6.sup.2] = 1,296, but not all of them will bind together.
Chromosome colocalization events are common in cells, and one such event is meiosis: for sexual reproduction to succeed in producing viable cells all of the homologous chromosomes in the process have to, almost simultaneously, bind together
The research hinges around a pair of receptors in the brain which bind together
to form a functional complex.
When dug in it will improve a clay soil by helping to bind together
the small soil particles, and help with moisture retention in light, free-draining soils.
"I want this team to grow up and bind together
and next year we'll be even better," he said.
Once he defines the nature of networks, he discusses the myriad ways that networks bind together
everything from our economy to our airports and highway systems.
That's when the universe had dissipated enough of the Big Bang's heat that electrons and protons could bind together
to form hydrogen atoms.
Studies of the proton furnish insights into the strong force, which governs how quarks bind together
and how protons and neutrons form atomic nuclei, Hughes says.
If individual snowballs bind together
to make up a comet, they would have only a weak gravitational link to each other, calculates H.
The closeness of that spacing helps determine how strongly electrons bind together
, or couple, to produce superconductivity.
Finally, the looped and straight sections both have long, flanking arms that bind together
tightly during cleavage.
Chemists at the University of Houston at University Park have developed a computational method for theoretically predicting how strongly two particular molecules would bind together
in the presence of a solvent.