Researchers orbit a muon around an atom, confirm physics is broken
Paul Scherrer Institute reader comments 4 Share this story Although tiny, a proton takes up a finite amount of space, enough to fit three quarks, a host of virtual particles, and their associated gluons. The size of a proton's radius is determined by these particles and their interactions, and so is fundamentally tied in to theories like the Standard...
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