How big is a proton? No one knows exactly, and that’s a problem
The experiments used modified hydrogen atoms to get at the size of the proton Fritz Goro/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty ImagesBy Aviva RutkinIt’s a subatomic mystery with big implications. Six years after physicists announced a bafflingly too small measurement of the size of the proton, we’re still not sure what’s going on. With the release of new...
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