Definition of B meson
- Since then, independent teams … have been colliding tens of millions of electrons and their antimatter counterparts, positrons, looking for firm evidence of B meson CP violation.
- —Peter Weiss, Science News, 3 Mar. 2001
- Answering that question has become The Next Big Thing in high-energy physics, and the quest is focusing on a short-lived, formerly obscure particle called the B meson that is produced in particle collisions.
- —Curt Suplee, Washington Post, 13 Oct. 1997