Antimatter hydrogen has the same quantum quirk as normal hydrogen

Physicists detected a subtle effect in antihydrogen known as the Lamb shift

ALPHA experiment machinery

Scientists with the ALPHA experiment (shown) report that they’ve found a quantum effect called the Lamb shift in antimatter hydrogen atoms.

Maximilien Brice, Julien Ordan/CERN

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