Subject: Is counterclockwise rotation by a proton a significant property?
Date: Mon Feb 18 12:07:59 2002
Posted by Tim
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Sarasota State/Province: Florida
Area of science: Physics
We have a liquid substance that has reversed electrical charges on the protons
and electrons but does not emit any radio-active particles -- are these
reversed charges (and the counterclockwise rotation by the protons) unique
and/or significant properties?
Re: Is counterclockwise rotation by a proton a significant property?
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