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Excursion in the "State" of the Institute of Nuclear Physics: Where Particles Are Born

... practically no size at all. Antique disputes about these unclear objects, however, were purely speculative The result of experimental investigations of the structure of matter at the end of the 19th century was the discovery of the atomic nucleus and elementary particles. A new vision of particles was proposed by Paul Dirac, who developed a theory aimed at describing electron motion in late 1920s. The theory revealed the fundamental symmetry of matter and antimatter and predicted the existence of ...

Modified: 23.04.2018
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS , elementary particles , accelerator , collider , detector , calorimetry , mass , energy , electron , spin
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Excursion in the "State" of the Institute of Nuclear Physics: Where Particles Are Born

... practically no size at all. Antique disputes about these unclear objects, however, were purely speculative The result of experimental investigations of the structure of matter at the end of the 19th century was the discovery of the atomic nucleus and elementary particles. A new vision of particles was proposed by Paul Dirac, who developed a theory aimed at describing electron motion in late 1920s. The theory revealed the fundamental symmetry of matter and antimatter and predicted the existence of ...

Modified: 30.05.2006
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS , elementary particles , accelerator , collider , detector , calorimetry , mass , energy , electron , spin
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