A Look at Particle physics


The Standard
Model

Antimatter

High Energy
Particle Physics

Higgs Field

Mesons

Baryons

Quantum
Particle physics

What’s missing in
Particle physics

The Origin of
the Universe

Particle Physics: The field of physics dealing with subatomic particles.

The Standard Model of particle physics: The theory of how electromagnetic, weak,
and strong nuclear interactions mediate the dynamics between subatomic particles.

Particle Physics deals with the interactions and properties of subatomic particles. Particle physics' generally accepted model has somewhat unimaginative name of  the Standard Model. Despite the successful of the Standard Model  it does not quite describe everything.

Developed during the mid 20th century by scientists from all over the world, the Standard Model describes 17 particles and 13 anti-particles for a total of 30 fundamental particles. Together these particle make up all of the observable matter of the universe however only 3 of them make up most of the matter of the universe.

 


 

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