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Q & A: Why are particles with no antiparticle called their own antiparticle?

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Most recent answer: 05/27/2015
Q:
Why are particles with no antiparticle called their own antiparticle?
- Sacharias Brown (age 16)
Helsinki, Finland
A:

Hi Sacharias,

This is a good question and we have had several opportunities to answer it.  Take a look at    for a discussion.

LeeH


(published on 05/27/2015)

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