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Antihydrogen
physics

Antihydrogen

physics

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development of antiatoms

  • In antimatter

    …an ordinary atom—in this case, antihydrogen, the simplest antiatom, consisting of a positron in orbit around an antiproton nucleus. They did so by firing antiprotons through a xenon-gas jet. In the strong electric fields surrounding the xenon nuclei, some antiprotons created pairs of electrons and positrons; a few of the…

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