Gauge Theories in Particle Physics, 3rd Edition (2 Volume

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Many subatomic particles, including the electrically charged electron and proton and the electrically neutral neutron, behave like elementary magnets. His relation generalized and extended the nineteenth century law of conservation of energy of von Helmholtz and Mayer to include the conversion of mass into energy. So as has been pointed out by astronomer Jason Lisle, God created empty space. 10 The Higgs boson is part of physicists’ theoretical concepts of what happens in empty space.

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Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 3rd edition (January 1, 2004)

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