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Liquid like plasma

9 December 2013

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland is said to have found the Higgs boson, formed during collisions between bunches of protons travelling close to the speed of light. However, CERN scientists have also been smashing protons into ions of lead to generate clouds of quarks and gluons – the fundamental particles inside the protons and neutrons of the atomic nucleus. This has found that the emerging quark-gluon plasma is more liquid than expected. See http://phys.org/print305544262.html

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