An ATLAS Experiment carried out by researchers at CERN Ten Iowa State University, a recent report has revealed, which was though focused to search for the Higgs boson or the God’s particle, has found a new particle that could also turn the picture of physics today.
The experiment conducted at the Large Hadron Collider has discovered green-coloured tracks of electrons along with heavier cousins ‘muons’, red in colour. However, since the restart of the collider in November 2009, it was being hoped to see a Higgs-like particle. The different discovery has also become a reason of excitement amidst researchers for it is unlike the Standard Model.
It is being said by physics and astronomy professor Soeren Prell that the new particle has been found with its mass i. e. 126 billion electron volts. On the contrary, the subatomic particle of Higgs gives mass to other particles, but its own mass is not known. Thus, the new particle goes well with the Standard Model Higgs boson’s production or decay.
A detailed research is now being planned to determine what exactly the particle is. "I really think the next 10 to 20 years of high energy physics could be very exciting", said a retired adjunct researcher W. Thomas Meyer.
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