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  • Elementary particle - Wikipedia

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    All elementary particles are—depending on their spin—either bosons or fermions. These are differentiated via the spin–statistics theorem of quantum statistics.

  • List of particles - Wikipedia

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    Elementary particles are particles with no measurable internal structure; that is, it is unknown whether they are composed of other particles. They are the ...

  • Elementary particle - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    In physics, an elementary particle or fundamental particle is a particle that is not made of other particles. An elementary particle can be one of two groups: a ...

  • Elementary Particles - things made thinkable

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    Representation of 31 elementary particles, showing what things are really made of

  • The Elementary Particles by Michel Houellebecq

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    The Elementary Particles has 22,859 ratings and 1,382 reviews. Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος said: (Η κριτική περιέχει ενύπνια ...

  • What Are Fundamental Particles? | IFLScience

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    What Are Fundamental Particles? 14413 Share on ... subatomic particles, ... Each pair has an elementary particle with a charge and one with no charge ...

  • elementary particles - University of Oregon

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    Elementary Particles : One of the primary goals in modern physics is to answer the question "What is the Universe made of?" Often that question reduces to "What is ...

  • Elementary particle | Define Elementary particle at ...

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    Elementary particle definition, any lepton, hadron, photon, or graviton, the particles once thought to be the indivisible components of all matter or radiation. See more.

  • Subatomic particle - Elementary particles | physics ...

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    Subatomic particle - Elementary particles: Electrons and quarks contain no discernible structure; they cannot be reduced or separated into smaller components. It is ...

  • Elementary particle - New World Encyclopedia

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    Central to elementary particle theory are the concepts of "quanta" and "wave-particle duality," which revolutionized the understanding of particles and ...

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