chromodynamics

[kroh-moh-dahy-nam-iks]
noun (used with a singular verb) Physics.

Origin:
1975–80; chromo- + dynamics

chromodynamic, adjective
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chromodynamics   (krō'mō-dī-nām'ĭks)  Pronunciation Key 
See quantum chromodynamics.
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Quantum chromodynamics is entirely built on inference, conjecture and speculation.
Our theorists work on a wide range of subjects from quantum chromodynamics to supersymmetry and neutrino physics.
Such experiments provided the basis of the quantum chromodynamics through the discovery of the asymptotic freedom.
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