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  Gluon Networks, Inc. is now part of Zhone Technologies
Gluon Networks, Inc. is now part of Zhone Technologies
On February 3, 2004 Zhone announced the acquisition of the assets of Gluon Networks, Inc.
Zhone's Single Line Multi-Service architecture (SLMS™), allows carriers to concurrently deliver voice, new premium data and video services over copper or fiber access lines.
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  Gluon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The gluons are vector fields in the adjoint representation (octets, denoted 8) of colour SU(3).
One consequence is that gluons are not directly involved in the nuclear forces.
The first direct experimental evidence of gluons was found in 1979 when three jet events were observed at the electron-positron collider called PETRA at DESY in Hamburg.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gluon   (645 words)

 AllRefer.com - gluon (Physics) - Encyclopedia
Gluons are massless, travel at the speed of light, and possess a property called color.
As the quarks move farther apart, the gluons that move between them utilize the energy that they draw from the quark's motion to create more gluons : the larger the number of gluons exchanged among quarks, the stronger the binding force.
The gluons thus appear to lock the quarks inside the elementary particles, a condition called confinement.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Gluon
Gluon, elementary particle of energy that carries the strong nuclear force between particles of matter.
Gluons and the strong force hold protons and...
A gluon has a spin of 1 and no mass or electrical charge.
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 Exchange Particles
Gluons are the exchange particles for the color force between quarks, analogous to the exchange of photons in the electromagnetic force between two charged particles.
The gluon can be considered to be the fundamental exchange particle underlying the strong interaction between protons and neutrons in a nucleus.
The gluons are in fact considered to be bi-colored, carrying a unit of color and a unit of anti-color as suggested in the diagram at right.
hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu /hbase/particles/expar.html   (1159 words)

 Facts about topic: (Gluon)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In physics (The science of matter and energy and their interactions), gluons are the bosonic particles (additional info and facts about bosonic particles) which are responsible for the strong nuclear force (additional info and facts about strong nuclear force).
Gluons are ultimately responsible for the stability of atomic nuclei (additional info and facts about atomic nuclei) ; there are eight different kinds of gluons.
Intuitively, there appear to be nine unique color combinations for gluons, one for each combination of color (red, green and blue) and anti-color:.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/gl/gluon.htm   (247 words)

 Ned's Gluon map   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Gluon is another one of those maps that came to life by accident.
Gluon is easy to learn and laid out in a way that the player can cover the whole map with ease.
Gluon took around 62 hrs to complete (mainly because of its funky layout, it may have just seemed funky to me though :) I enjoyed designing this map to the point it I found the map to be addictive, but I feel that I've done all that I wanted or needed to do to Gluon.
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 Learn more about Gluon in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
They bind quarks together to form protons and neutrons; their electric charge is zero, their spin is 1 and they are generally assumed to have zero mass.
Gluons are ultimately responsible for the stability of atomic nuclei.
Since gluons thus carry a color-charge themselves, they can also interact with other gluons, which makes the mathematical analysis of the strong nuclear force quite complicated and difficult.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /g/gl/gluon.html   (271 words)

 Gluon - Uncyclopedia
Gluons are the mikrocosmic correspondance to an adhesive.
The strongest emittors of gluons knowned to mankind are girfriends.
It is believed that Gluons are the basis of the universe as we know it today and may be the missing concept necessary for the gluing together of the quantum and relativity theories, due to its sticky properties.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Gluon   (397 words)

 GLUON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Gluon Networks EMS is based on a combination of Java, C++, SQL and XML that together enable the control and maintenance of the CLX.
Gluon Networks is using Oracle9i JDeveloper for every aspect of their Java and XML development from modeling and reverse engineering of Java classes to writing Java code and manipulating XML information.
Gluon Networks is planning to integrate other Java technologies such as EJBs, and Servlets as well as the Oracle database in their future development.
www.oracle.com /technology/products/ids/customers/gluon.html   (424 words)

 Rainstorm - Gluon 240
Gluon 240 is a white, concentrated, liquid polymer emulsion which is infinitely soluble when delivered but is totally insoluble when cured.
A water-based emulsion, Gluon 240 mixes very readily with water which is used as a carrying agent and is then sprayed onto, or mixed into, the surface to be treated.
Gluon 240, being a concentrated, affordable polymer can be keep onsite for use when required.
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 Differences between q and g jets
For quark and gluon jets produced with the same energy and under the same conditions, gluon jets are expected to have a larger mean particle multiplicity than quark jets [59].
A related prediction is that the mean opening angle of particles in a gluon jet is larger than in a quark jet [60]: thus the gluon jets are broader.
ALEPH [68] introduced a new method to study the multiplicity difference between quark and gluon jets in three-jet events, by examining the mean charged particle multiplicity of the entire event as a function of the energies and opening angles of the jets in the event.
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 Quest for Quark Gluon Plasma Intensifies
Gluons are bosons, carriers of the strong force that bind quarks together into hadrons such as protons or neutrons.
Within the extremely dense fireball at the heart of these collisions, the ties that bind quarks and gluons may have melted, creating a soup-like plasma of free-floating individual particles.
QGP is believed to have been the state of matter under the extreme pressure and temperature conditions that prevailed in the first 10 microseconds after the Big Bang.
www.lbl.gov /Science-Articles/Archive/quark-gluon-hunt.html   (804 words)

 gluon. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the quantum field theory of strong interactions, the interaction of quarks (to form protons, neutrons, and other elementary particles) is described in terms of gluons—so called because they “glue” the quarks together.
Analogous to electric charge in charged particles, color is of three varieties, arbitrarily designated as red, blue, and yellow, and—analogous to positive and negative charges—three anticolor varieties.
As the quarks move farther apart, the gluons that move between them utilize the energy that they draw from the quark’s motion to create more gluons—the larger the number of gluons exchanged among quarks, the stronger the binding force.
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 Duke theorists play role in search for superhot 'quark-gluon plasma'
However current physical theory describing quarks and gluons also makes an exception for the extreme conditions prevailing when the universe is thought to have begun in a cosmic fireball called the Big Bang.
Immediately after the Big Bang, quarks and gluons are theorized to have existed as separate entities in a superheated, charged fluid, the QGP.
The Duke group considers one of its most exciting recent findings to be a novel approach for understanding how individual quarks and gluons in a QGP would recombine to form the particles observed by RHIC's detectors.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2005-04/du-dtp041505.php   (1112 words)

 Customer Reference (HTML Format): Gluon Networks
The Gluon Networks EMS is based on a combination of Java, C++, SQL, and XML, which together enable the control and maintenance of the CLX.
The Gluon Networks EMS is by no means a simple project; with more than 3,000 files to manage and hundreds of Java classes, it is a very large development effort.
Gluon Networks is using Oracle9i JDeveloper for every aspect of its Java and XML development, from modeling and reverse engineering of Java classes, to writing Java code and manipulating XML information.
www.oracle.com /customers/profiles/PROFILE8044.HTML   (380 words)

 gluon on Encyclopedia.com
Gluon Networks Raises $50 Million of New Venture Capital; Funding Provides Operating Cash for Product Introduction As Well As Continued Sales and Support Leading to Profitability.
Fred Fromm Appointed President and CEO of Gluon Networks; Telecom Veteran and Switching Expert Fred Fromm Joins Gluon Networks and Announces the CLX is Now in Live Service at Customers.
Gluon Networks CLX Class 5 Switch Gains CALEA Compliance.
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 gluon --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
Quarks interact by emitting and absorbing gluons, just as electrically charged particles interact through the emission and absorption of...
Although the aptly named strong nuclear force is the strongest of all the fundamental forces, it, like the weak nuclear force, is short-ranged and is ineffective much beyond nuclear distances of 10-15 metre or so (see).
Part of the reason for the excitement over the new discovery was that the exotic meson might contain a previously unencountered combination of quarks and gluons.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9037089   (647 words)

 Science News: Quark-gluon plasma. @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Quarks and gluons are reuniting nuclear physics and particle physics.
Within the structures they build, quarks are held together by particles called gluons, which embody the force that sticks the quarks to each other.
A curious thing about this gluon force is that the farther apart two quarks get, the stronger the force between them becomes.
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 GLUON - Software that works for you   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
GLUON HyperTemplate takes ordinary Quark documents and turns them into intelligent templates with all sorts of special rules applied to boxes and groups of boxes.
The software is represented by a palette and a rule setting dialog that is layed out in our highly logical tabbed format for creating "tags" which can then be applied to any box and re-used.
The cross-platform Templatizer Palette is used to assign, manage and delete tags associated with various text, picture and group boxes in the template.
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 New State of Matter created at CERN
We now have evidence of a new state of matter where quarks and gluons are not confined.
This state of matter found in heavy ion collisions at the SPS features many of the characteristics of the theoretically predicted quark-gluon plasma, the primordial soup in which quarks and gluons existed before they clumped together as the universe cooled down.
While all of the pieces of the puzzle seem to fit with a quark-gluon plasma explanation, it is essential to study this newly produced matter at higher and lower temperature in order to fully characterize its properties and definitively confirm the quark gluon plasma interpretation.
press.web.cern.ch /Press/Releases00/PR01.00EQuarkGluonMatter.html   (821 words)

 Duke Physics: Nuclear/Particle Theory Group: The Physics of the QGP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The central problem in the study of the QGP is that the deconfined quanta of a QGP are not directly observable due to the fundamental confining property of the physical QCD vacuum.
If we could see free quarks and gluons (as in ordinary plasmas) it would be trivial to verify the QCD prediction of the QGP state.
One of the main tasks in relativistic heavy-ion research is to find clear and unambiguous connections between the transient quark gluon plasma state and the observable hadronic final state.
www.phy.duke.edu /research/NPTheory/qgp.ptml   (573 words)

 Rutgers Physics: Gluon VideoConferencing Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The workstation is on a table with wheels, and the cables are long enough to reach into the center of the room.
Gluon is secured to the wall with a lock, so if you need to move the workstation further than 1m, send email well in advance of the videocast.
Please unplug the microphone, at the back of gluon, when not in use (to make it impossible for others to listen in on private meetings).
www.physics.rutgers.edu /computers/videoconferencing/gluon.html   (1263 words)

 The Ultimate Goal: QGP
At the beginning, trios of quarks and gluons are packaged in protons and neutrons, which are held together in the nucleus of an atom.
As the pressure and temperature rise, new particles called pions (made of a quark and an anti-quark, shown in pastels) arise.
Note that in the plasma, the quarks, gluons and anti-quarks are liberated from their usual bonds, and bond with one another freely.
www.bnl.gov /rhic/QGP.htm   (502 words)

 The SciTech Gluon Machine
Gluon exchange between the quarks swaps the colors.
The quark and anti-quark in a meson are also held together by the exchange of colored gluons.
Many gluons are being exchanged all the time.
vlhc.org /test/gluon/forces.html   (374 words)

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