LHC: Five new particles hold clues to sub-atomic glue
Last week, the Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment (LHCb) reported finding a new system of five particles, all in a single analysis. Finding just one new particle is an accomplishment by itself, but finding five new states all at once is simply remarkable. “These particles have been hiding in plain sight for years, but it […] The post LHC discovers five new particles at the same time appeared first on Redorbit.
Researchers discover five new sub-atomic particles that could help to explain how atoms are held together.
Mon 20 Mar 17 from BBC News
Large Hadron Collider finds five new subatomic particles, shedding light on what makes the universe work
The particles were 'hiding in plain sight', the team said
Mon 20 Mar 17 from The Independent
The LHCb experiment at CERN is a hotbed of new and outstanding physics results. In just the last few months, the collaboration has announced the measurement of a very rare particle decay and ...
Fri 17 Mar 17 from Phys.org
The LHC, operating at unprecedented luminosities, has revealed a system of five "glue-like" particles that could help us to fill out a "periodic table" of subatomic particles. The post Not ...
Fri 24 Mar 17 from Extremetech
The new particles were discovered by scientists in charge of the LHC 'beauty' experiment, based in an underground tunnel near Genenva, which is exploring what happened just after the Big Bang. ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Daily Mail
Large Hadron Collider finds new particles that may shed light on the forces that bind atomic nuclei together The world’s largest physics experiment, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has ...
Tue 21 Mar 17 from The Engineer
Last week, the Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment (LHCb) reported finding a new system of five particles, all in a single analysis. Finding just one new particle is an accomplishment by ...
Tue 21 Mar 17 from RedOrbit
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