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

The issue of the matter-divisibility limits dates back to the 5th century B. C. In antiquity, in addition to a discrete pattern of the world known as atomism, the belief in infinite divisibility of matter was also fairly popular. Even Democritus, the founder of atomism, believed that atoms — indivisible, eternal, and invariable particles — consist of smaller elements, which have practically no size at all. Antique disputes about these unclear objects, however, were purely speculative The result...

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

The issue of the matter-divisibility limits dates back to the 5th century B. C. In antiquity, in addition to a discrete pattern of the world known as atomism, the belief in infinite divisibility of matter was also fairly popular. Even Democritus, the founder of atomism, believed that atoms — indivisible, eternal, and invariable particles — consist of smaller elements, which have practically no size at all. Antique disputes about these unclear objects, however, were purely speculative The result...

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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