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Old Tevatron data turns up new four-quark particle | Ars Technica / FermiLab

The particles known as quarks were suggested as a way of making sense of a large collection of particles that kept popping out of our atom smashers. While some particles, like electrons and neutrinos, are fundamental, others are composed of two or three quarks and a few gluons to hold them together. The familiar proton …

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