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  1. In particle physics, a meson is a strongly interacting boson-that is, a hadron with integer spin

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  2. containing charm quarks in particle physics

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  3. In the Standard Model, mesons are composite (non-elementary) particles composed of an even number of quarks and antiquarks

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  4. All known mesons are believed to consist of a quark-antiquark pair—the so-called valence quarks—plus a "sea" of virtual quark-antiquark pairs and virtual gluons

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  5. Searches for exotic mesons that have different constituents are ongoing

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