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In leptons we have neutrino's with neutral charges. So there are + - and neutral muons.
In baryons and mesons there are + - quarks like charm / strange.
Are baryons predicted to have a neutral quark / quarks which we haven't detected yet (like in lepton family)?
No, no neutral quark(s) are predicted by the Standard Model.
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