What sub-atomic particle was once a
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The word lepton come from the Greek leptos, small; it denotes (1) a Greek coin worth
1/100th of a drachma and (2) a class of sub-atomic particles which do not
undergo strong interaction (e.g., electrons, muons, or neutrinos).
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