Paris – agencies:
The European Organization for Nuclear Research announced the discovery of four completely new particles at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) In Geneva, which means the collider LHC It has now found a total of 59 new particles since it began colliding with protons – the particles that make up the atomic nucleus with neutrons – in 2009. The interesting thing is that while some of these new particles were expected based on established theories, some were more Surprisingly, according to Patrick Cobenburg, Research Fellow in Particle Physics at the Netherlands National Institute of Subatomic Physics, and Harry Cliff, a particle physicist at Cambridge University. The theory of strong interaction, outwardly called “quantum color dynamics”, has very solid foundations. It describes how quarks interact through strong force by exchanging particles called gluons. Gluons can be thought of as the most common isotopes of the photon.