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    Saying the particles are “called” Baryons is imprecise. Baryons are the general class of all particles made up of three quarks.
    The sourced article says these two new ones are called Sigma_b(6096)+ and -.
    While these names are not flashy, that’s what the particles are called. They belong to the subcategory of bottom baryons, because they contain bottom quarks.

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