Subject: What happens when a particle collides with an antiparticle?
Date: Sun Aug 15 16:56:21 1999
Posted by Dave Clark
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Dugway State/Province: UT
Area of science: Physics
When a particle collides with its antiparticle, they pair annihilate with
emission of photon(s). What happens when a particle collides with an
antiparticle that is not its own opposite? For example, what happens when a
positron collides with a proton?
Re: What happens when a particle collides with an antiparticle?
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