Luxon, Physics

luxon:

A particle which solely travels at c (the speed of light in vacuum). All of the luxons have a rest mass of zero exactly. Though they are massless, luxons carry momentum. Photons are the prime instance of luxons (the name itself is derived through the Latin word for light).

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