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CERN: Study sheds light on one of physics' biggest mysteries – why there's more matter than antimatter
by Marco Gersabeck, The Conversation
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21 March 2019
On 21 March 2019 Phys.Org reported:
Why the universe we see today is made entirely out of matter is one of the greatest mysteries of modern physics. Had there ever been an equal amount of antimatter, everything in the universe would have been annihilated. Our research has unveiled a new source of this asymmetry between matter and antimatter. ... the LHCb [CERN's Large Hadron Collider beauty] experiment has now managed to observe such an asymmetry in particles called D-meson -- which are comprised of charm quarks -- for the first time.
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