Breakthrough in the matter–antimatter divide
Geplaatst op 25 mei 2010 - 05:24
Particle physicists at Fermilab's Tevatron accelerator in the US have found an exciting new result that could explain one of the big mysteries of cosmology – why there is matter in our universe. The findings come from Fermilab's D0 experiment, designed to study the precise interactions of protons and antiprotons as they collide at velocities close to the speed of light
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