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particle

noun atom, bit, component part, crumb, cutting, fragment, grain, granule, hint, mite, modicum, moiety, molecule, morsel, piece, pittance, point, scintilla, snippet, speck, spot, suggestion, trace
See also: constituent, element, iota, minimum, modicum, part, portion, scintilla
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The scattering of electrons on the elementary particles and the quark model in particle physics.
An elementary unparticle is an intermediate form between an elementary particle and its antiparticle, which can be presented by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] for a subset C [subset] X ([[?
It covers the main directions of their unification, basic theoretical ideas and experiments, the general scheme of building up the theory of interacting fields, and principles of operation and designs of accelerators, neutrino telescopes, and elementary particle detectors.
A vacuum fluctuation was an even more remote possibility than the chances of a man-made elementary particle destroying the Earth, said Dr Allanach.
Revised edition of a well-established text on elementary particle physics
Theoretical Advanced Study Institute in Elementary Particle Physics (2014: Boulder, Colorado) Edited by Lance Dixon and Frank Petriello
In July 2012, an elementary particle has been identified which is believed to be key to the formation of stars, planets and eventually life after the Big Bang 13.
The discovery confirms the theory that there is an anti-particle for every known elementary particle.
London, Dec 2 (ANI): The search for the elusive 'God Particle' may be nearing its end as scientists are all set to announce the latest evidence about the massive elementary particle, which may provide the strongest hints yet about its existence.
Detailed position-energy calculations of various arrangements, as done on crystals for example, could be done here to pin point the reasons behind an elementary particle to become stable or unstable in the presence of external disturbances, and also the explanation of the various probabilities associated with different break-up scenarios of unstable particles.
Jackson, 59, holds a bachelor's degree in physics and a doctorate in theoretical elementary particle physics, both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics (16th: 2013: Moscow, Russia) Edited by Alexander I.

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