Posted by **Linn** on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at 10:30pm.

What particles are made with two quarks, and what restrictions are there on the two quarks in it? I'm pretty sure it's mesons, but I don't know the restrictions.

What particles are made with three quarks and what restrictions is there on the three quarks? Again, I think it's baryons, but I don't know the restrictions.

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