Template:PhysicsParticle

[edit] Template-info.svg Template documentation

Contents

Purpose

Template for creating symbols for physics particles.

Arguments

1 The main symbol character(s) for the particle

Named arguments:

anti = yes – this puts a bar over the symbol
TL = What goes into the top left corner (optional)
BL = What goes into the bottom left corner (optional)

present)

TR = What goes into the top right corner (optional)
BR = What goes into the bottom right corner (optional)
link = Page to which the symbol should link

Deprecated:

BLc = Originally used to supply the count of characters in BL argument.
BRc = Originally used to supply the count of characters in BR argument.

Here's a diagram:

TLBLXTRBR

Examples

Template:SubatomicParticle uses this template to display particles, eg.:

{{SubatomicParticle|link=yes|Electron}} -> e is the same as

{{PhysicsParticle|e|TR=−|link=Electron}} -> e (an electron)

{{SubatomicParticle|Charmed antib0}} -> Error in {{SubatomicParticle/symbol}}: unknown particle Charmed antib0 is the same as

{{PhysicsParticle|anti=yes|B|TR=0|BR=c|BRc=1}} -> B0c (a meson)

The templates in Category:Nuclide templates use this template to display nuclides, eg.:

{{ComplexNuclide|link|deuterium}} -> 21D is the same as

{{PhysicsParticle|D|TL=2|BL=1|BLc=1|BR=1|link=deuterium}} -> 21D1

{{Element|link|hydrogen|charge=+}} -> H+ is the same as

{{PhysicsParticle|H|TR=+|link=hydrogen}} -> H+ja:Template:粒子

Credits

New World Encyclopedia writers and editors copied and adjusted this Wikipedia template in accordance with New World Encyclopedia standards. This article abides by terms of the Creative Commons CC-by-sa 3.0 License (CC-by-sa), which may be used and disseminated with proper attribution.The history of earlier contributions by wikipedians is accessible to researchers here:

The history of this article since it was imported to New World Encyclopedia:

Note: Some restrictions may apply to use of individual images which are separately licensed.