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As their name implies, neutron stars are made almost entirely of neutrons, or uncharged subatomic particles.
Physicists have spotted elusive subatomic particles called neutrinos pinging off atomic nuclei in a way predicted more than 40 years ago, but never before observed.
It's used by particle physicists to study neutrinos, subatomic particles that are smaller than any other known particle, officials said.
Particle physicists strive to understand the inner workings of the universe by smashing subatomic particles together with enormous energies to blast out exotic new bits of matter.
First theorized in the 1980s, quantum computers seek to harness the strange and counterintuitive world of quantum physics, which studies the behavior of particles at the atomic and subatomic level.
The result is an important breakthrough that establishes China as a pioneer in efforts to harness the enigmatic properties of matter and energy at the subatomic level, the...
The particle, called a charm quark, revealed surprising interactions with its neighboring subatomic particles, measurements show.
Like subatomic particles, their trajectories cannot be predicted.
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