Thursday 7 July 2016

Large Hadron Collider data unveils new 'exotic' particles

GENEVA: Scientists have observed three new "exotic" particles and confirmed the existence of a fourth one, using data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's largest and most powerful particle collider.
These particles seem to be formed by four quarks - the fundamental constituent of the matter inside all the atoms of the universe: two quarks and two antiquarks.
Due to their non-standard quark content, the newly observed particles have been included in the bro ..

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