The Large Hadron Collider beauty (LHCb) collaboration has said that three new strange particles have been found. Up until recently, these kinds of strange particles had only been thought about. Quarks are the building blocks of these strange particles.
“Like the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus of an atom, these new particles are made up of quarks,” said Chris Parkes, Professor of Experimental Particle Physics at The University of Manchester. “Protons and neutrons, on the other hand, are made up of three quarks, while strange particles are made up of four or five quarks.”
Theorists thought that exotic particles were possible about 60 years ago, but they have only been seen in the last 20 years by LHCb and other experiments.
Professor Parkes says, “Finding strange particles and measuring their properties will help theorists build a model of how these particles are made, even though the exact nature of these particles is mostly unknown.” “It will also help us understand the theory behind everyday particles, like the proton and neutron, better.”
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