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A proton is a positively charged particle which has the same charge as an electron, but positive. Also, strong force is confining, meaning you can't ever observe individual color charged particles (color is a property associated with strong force), so there can't really be a macroscopic equation for them. This symmetry is slightly nastier, and acts on both space-time and intrinsic quantities such as spin in a complicated way. That’s likely in part because it would require a new force of nature, which to many seems ad hoc.

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