LHC reports pentaquark sightings

Collider offers new evidence for five-part particles


INSIDE A PENTAQUARK  Two particles discovered at the Large Hadron Collider are made up of five quarks: two up (u), one down (d), one charm (c) and one anticharm (c̅).


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