Subatomic particles called muons may defy physics' standard model
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April 7, 20215 min read, 919 words

Subatomic particles called muons may defy physics' standard modelSubatomic particles called muons may defy physics' standard model

1719 N Street and N.W. and D.C. 20036 202.785.2255 and Washington and Emily Conover
Published: April 7, 2021  |  5 min read, 919 words
A mysterious magnetic property of subatomic particles called muons hints that new fundamental particles may be lurking undiscovered.In a painstakingly precise experiment, muons’ gyrations within a magnetic field seem to defy predictions of the standard model of particle physics, ...
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