subatomic particle

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Everything from quarks--the most basic particles in the universe--to black holes in the outermost regions of space is located between the covers.
Superstrings were believed to be inconceivably minute loops the vibrations of which generated all the basic particles.
25) For any set of basic particles, the x's, if there is an intrinsic property being F, such that being F is instantiated in exactly the space occupied by the x's, and it is not the case that something's being F is a logical consequence of the properties and relations of the x's as such, then there is something y, such that the x's merely coincide with y, and y is an intrinsic unity.
Matter is ultimately composed of a few basic particles called "quarks" and "leptons.
It's the biggest physics news of the 21st century, allowing scientists to explain why some of nature's basic particles have mass.
As physicists developed equations to describe the basic particles of matter and the forces governing them, one aspect of reality seemed missing: None of the particles would possess any mass.
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