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A new experiment broke the well-known rules of physics – Awani Review

One of the most prevalent subatomic particles in the universe, the muon, appears to misbehave. Or at least it isn’t behaving the way physicists expect. In

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One of the most prevalent subatomic particles in the universe, the muon, appears to misbehave. Or at least it isn’t behaving the way physicists expect. In fact, muons deviate so much from the laws of physics that scientists have begun to believe that our knowledge of it is incomplete, or that there is a force in the universe that we do not yet know.
Muons are like large electrons: they have negative charges but are 207 times heavier than electrons. Thanks to their charge and a property called “spin”,…

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