Early quark estimates not entirely realized

Excerpt from the February 5, 1966 issue of Science News Letter

quarks and gluons

INGREDIENTS  Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider slams protons and neutrons together, breaking the subatomic particles into a soup of their core ingredients — quarks and particles called gluons (illustrated)

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