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Classification of particles

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Paul Sheffield

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Classification of particles

Classification of particles
L.O
Hadrons
leptons

Leptons
Key facts
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Starter
what is the strong nuclear force?
why must it exist?
why is it replusive at very small seperations?
what is annihilation?
what is pair production
Classification of particles
key facts?
Hadrons
Questions
list the differences between a hadron and lepton
which is the only stable baryon?
What is the baryon number of2 protons,3 pions, 1 neutron?
Why is a muon not a meson?
Quarks and Antiquarks
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