Subatomic Particles

In physics, what are the names of the subatomic particles, smaller than protons, that comprise the so-called Standard Model?
Excludes particles which are hypothetical (eg gravitons) or composite (eg mesons)
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Particle
Quarks
up
down
top
bottom
charm
strange
Particle
Leptons
electron
electron neutrino
muon
muon neutrino
tau
tau neutrino
Particle
Bosons
gluon
Higgs
photon
W boson
Z boson
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Level 75
Nov 23, 2015
The third column should actually be separated into two columns: one for for the Higgs Boson, which is in a category of its own, and one for the remaining four, known as gauge bosons.
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Level 24
Jan 12, 2016
the w boson comes in w+ and w- varieties, and the w+, w- and z bosons are called the 'intermediate vector bosons.'
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Level 33
Oct 20, 2016
What about graviton? Although they didn't discover it yet.
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Level 55
Aug 27, 2018
Probably why it's not there, it's only theoretical currently.
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Level 75
Aug 27, 2018
We did say all of this in the instructions!