By the end of the 1950s, atom smashers
had extended the list to hundreds.
Following these discoveries, subatomic particles were being profusely generated and, what with the onslaught of subnuclear physics born of the atomic age in the 1940s, atom smashers
Computers chart the interactions of subatomic particles in atom smashers
and chart the vastness of the universe in radio telescopes.
Only particles in atom smashers
and cosmic rays behave this way, and the math that describes graphene electrons is very much like the math that describes neutrinos, those elusive, nearly massless particles that zip through space.
It would have been very intriguing to see the Higgs" at both atom smashers
and compare results, notes Soldner-Rembold.
Observations of cosmic rays and experiments with atom smashers
, though, disclosed numerous other seemingly basic particles, with weird names like pion, lambda, delta and sigma, threatening to exhaust the Greek alphabet.
Our galaxy abounds with charged particles carrying energies that are thousands to millions of times as high as those that the most powerful atom smashers