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Strange Quarks’ Role In Proton Revealed

Shedding light on a somewhat controversial subject, physicists from the G-Zero collaboration have found that strange quarks do indeed contribute to the structure of the proton. Their findings indicate that, as previous experiments had hinted, strange quarks in the proton’s quark-gluon sea contribute to a proton’s properties. The G-Zero collaboration is a multi-year experimental program […]

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The Strange Matter Of Superfluidity

In his most recent experiments into superconductivity and superfluidity, physicist Randall Hulet of Rice University looks to have recreated the same quantum conditions that may occur at the heart of quark stars; the stars that are believed to be comprised of strange matter. Hulet’s observations fly in the face of conventional theories, because he has […]

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