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CERN's new particle Xi-cc++ opens up physics mystery

July 15 2017 at 3:26 PM
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CERN's new particle Xi-cc++ opens up physics mystery




A new particle detected in the atom smasher at CERN has sent physicists scurrying back to revisit an experiment from more than 10 years ago. The new particle, called Xi-cc++ (pronounced sigh-see-see-plus-plus), will help scientists better understand quantum physics. And its discovery has rekindled interest in a US experiment that claimed evidence for a similar Xi particle, back in 2002. Xi-cc++ is a type of subatomic particle called a baryon, which is made up of three quarks — some of the fundamental building blocks of matter.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2017-07-15/cern-particle-discovery-could-help-solve-physics-mystery/8702454






 
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Re: CERN's new particle Xi-cc++ opens up physics mystery

July 16 2017, 6:17 AM 

Xicc++ and Quarks - A Bunch of Nonsense
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40PRm9ytjn0

 
 
 
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