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Fundamental, Identical Particles Don’t Have The Same Masses As Each Other

14 Aug 2019, 14:01 UTC
Fundamental, Identical Particles Don’t Have The Same Masses As Each Other Henrik Sorensen/Getty

All protons have the same exact mass as every other proton. For particles like the Higgs boson, this isn’t true.

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