Using Large Hadron Collider, scientists have discovered two new subatomic particles in Europe. The discovery of these particles has been submitted to journal Physical Review Letters. This is likely to fill in the missing slots in subatomic roaster.
Particle physicist at French National Center for Scientific Research at University of Paris, Matthew Charles said that not only did his team find out the particles but also made measurements of its properties and its mass in particular.
These two members of subatomic family are known as baryons. This in turn includes protons and neutrons which are build up from quarks. This discovery was made by Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment team which pulled up data which was taken in 2011 and 2012 from collider near Geneva in Switzerland.
The task was indeed difficult and pulling up the correct signal out of shower of stuff can be alike to picking out needle from a big mound. It was indeed a pleasant sight for the researchers when they were able to get clear signals. This confirmed the assumption that the scientists had discovered the two newly found barons.
Charles while assessing the impact of the discovery pointed out that as they looked at the data, they immediately jumped over it. The discovery was indeed a pleasant surprise for the team as they had been toiling hard to find any such particle matter since long.
The discovery is of particular significance for physicists across the globe and will shed important light on new facts which the future beholds.