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Big Questions: The Ultimate Building Blocks of Matter [Physics]
posted November 8 2013 14:10.12 by spic0m




The Standard Model of particle physics treats quarks and leptons as having no size at all. Quarks are found inside protons and neutrons and the most familiar lepton is the electron. While the best measurements to date support that idea, there is circumstantial evidence that suggests that perhaps the these tiny particles might be composed of even smaller building blocks. This video explains this circumstantial evidence and introduces some very basic ideas of what those building blocks might be.



[Link: Fermilab]
 
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