Beyond the Higgs Boson-Searching for the Presence of Unseen Particles
Physicists consider that so-called techni-quarks can be the yet undetected particles, minor than the Higgs particle that will method a natural extension of the Standard Model which comprises three generations of quarks and leptons. These particles organized with the fundamental forces custom the foundation of the detected matter in the universe. Now it is more possibly than ever: There must be particles out there minor than Higgs particle. But, not one person has seen them yet. Though theories guess their reality, and now the most significant of these concepts have been critically verified. The outcome: The presence of the yet hidden particles is now more likely than ever.
Thomas Ryttov, particle physicist and assistant professor at the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology (CP ³ - Origins), says gave them a very critical review ". University of Southern Denmark, discussing to theories, that over the last five years have been put frontward for the reality of particles in the universe that are minor than the Higgs particle. He says "There seems to be no new or unseen weaknessess. My review just leaves them just stronger”
In last 5-8 years, some of theories have drawn specific interest from particle physicists. They all expect that there must be one or more kinds of particles that are even minor (smaller) than the Higgs particle. So far it has though not been likely to verify their existence. Thomas Ryttov explains "Here at CP³ - Origins, we are interested in the pursuit of such as yet unknown particles. We know that there must be a force that binds them together so that they together can create something bigger than themselves, something composite; a Higgs particle. It must happen similarly to quarks binding together to form protons and neutrons. If we can understand this force, we can explain and predict new physical phenomena like new particles", this force is termed as the strong force, a fundamental contact of nature those actions among subatomic particles of matter. The strong force drags quarks organized in clusters to make more-familiar subatomic particles, for instance protons and neutrons.
It also clutches organized the atomic nucleus and underlies connections among all particles comprising quarks. It cannot be linked to gravity, which also has the capacity to keep two objects close together. The consequence of gravity rest on on the point that the two entities are not too far from each other, and the nearer they are to each other the tougher the force of gravity will be. The strong force has the reverse effect: It is weak when two particles are near to each other, but strong, tremendously strong, if you attempt to jerk them away from each other.
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Beyond the Higgs Boson-Searching for the Presence of Unseen Particles Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 6/17/2014 Rating: