Antimatter

[disambiguation] Antimatter is composed of antiparticles in the same way normal matter is composed of particles. Antimatter may also refer to: ...
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Antimatter

[band] Antimatter, a UK Melancholic Rock band, is currently the project of long time member Mick Moss. The project was formed in 1997 by Duncan Patterson (former bassist/songwriter of Anathema) and Moss. The pair released three albums together - Saviour, Lights Out and Planetary Confinement. Shortly after the completion of Planetary Confine
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Antimatter

[album] Antimatter is the 1993 debut album of UK industrial band Cubanate. Notable among the tracks are "Body Burn" which is one of the band`s most popular singles, and "Autonomy", which was featured in an instrumental version in the video game Gran Turismo alongside 3 tracks from Cubanate`s Cyberia album. Two versions of "Antimatter" were
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Antimatter

Material made from antifermions. We define the fermions that are common in our universe as matter and their antiparticles as antimatter. In the particle theory there is no a priori distinction between matter and antimatter. The asymmetry of the universe between these two classes of particles is a deep puzzle for which we are not yet completely sure
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antimatter

[n] - matter consisting of elementary particles that are the antiparticles of those making up normal matter
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Antimatter

Material made from antifermions. We define the fermions that are common in our universe as matter and their antiparticles as antimatter. In the particle theory there is no a priori distinction between matter and antimatter. The asymmetry of the universe between these two classes of particles is a deep puzzle for which we are not yet completely sure
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antimatter

noun matter consisting of elementary particles that are the antiparticles of those making up normal matter
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antimatter

substance composed of subatomic particles that have the mass, electric charge, and magnetic moment of the electrons, protons, and neutrons of ... [2 related articles]
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Antimatter

In particle physics, antimatter is the extension of the concept of the antiparticle to matter, where antimatter is composed of antiparticles in the same way that normal matter is composed of particles. For example, a positron (the antiparticle of the electron or {Subatomic particle|Positron}) and an antiproton ({Subatomic particle|Antiproton}) can
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antimatter

Material with properties equivalent to those of matter but with subatomic particles' quantum properties reversed; for example, particles' charges are opposite. Antimatter happens to be rare in our universe. However, it is believed that in the Big Bang equal quantities of matter and antimatter were c...
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antimatter

antimatter: see antiparticle.
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antimatter

In physics, form of matter in which most of the attributes (such as electrical charge, magnetic moment, and spin) of elementary particles are reversed. These antiparticles can be created in particle accelerators, such as those at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, and at Fermilab in the USA. In 1996 physicists at CERN created the first atoms of antimatte
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Antimatter

A material made from antiparticles. The particles that are common in our universe are defined as matter and their antiparticles as antimatter. In the particle theory there is almost no a priori distinction between matter and antimatter. Their interactions are almost identical. The asymmetry of the universe between these two cla...
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Antimatter

Matter composed of the antiparticles ofnormal matter.
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Antimatter

A material made from antiparticles. The particles that are common in our universe are defined as matter and their antiparticles as antimatter. In the particle theory there is almost no a priori distinction between matter and antimatter. Their interactions are almost identical. The asymmetry of the universe between these two cla...
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antimatter

All particles of ordinary matter (electrons, protons, neutrons) have anti-matter partners that appear identical in all respects (e.g. mass, spin) except that they have the opposite electric charge. We believe that in the Big Bang equal quantities of matter and antimatter were created. The fact that the universe now contains matter and not anti-matt
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Antimatter

(antiparticle) Species of subatomic particles that have the same mass and spin as normal particles, however, they have opposite electrical charges from their normal matter counterparts. In the case of antineutrons they are opposite of neutrons in magnetic moment. Positrons, which are the counterpart to electrons, have a positive ...
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Antimatter

Matter consisting of particles with charges opposite that of ordinary matter. In antimatter, protons have a negative charge while electrons have a positive charge.
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