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Multiplicative quantum number
also called Additive quantum number

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  1. multiplicative quantum numbers are conserved quantum numbers of a special kind

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  2. a term from quantum field theory

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  3. Most conserved quantum numbers are additive in this sense

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  4. A given quantum number q is said to be additive if in a particle reaction the sum of the q-values of the interacting particles is the same before and after the reaction

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  5. the electric charge is one example

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  6. is one for which the corresponding product, rather than the sum, is preserved

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