Subject: why don't all quarks attract each other
Date: Fri May 18 18:49:37 2001
Posted by divad
Grade level: 7-9
City: walnut grek State/Province: No state entered.
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Physics
if the force between quarks become stronger as distance increases, directly
proportional, why dont all quarks attrack each other ( colors, depending )
could gravity be a connection between all those quarks trying to get at each
other? but the gluons as a wave particle?
Re: why don't all quarks attract each other
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