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CERN scientists have discovered three "exotic" subatomic particles

General view of the Large Hadron Collider
The CERN 16.8 mile long LHC is the machine that discovered the Higgs boson. Reuters

Large hadron Colliderto studyScientists have discovered three particles that have never been seen before at the European Center for Nuclear Research CERN on Tuesday as subatomic particles work to unlock the components of the universe. Said that.

CERN's 16.8 mile long LHC is the machine that discovered the Higgs boson and is thought to be essential to the formation of the universe with linked energy fields after the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago. I am. .. 

CERN scientists say they have observed a new kind of "pentaquark" pair and the first ever "tetraquark" pair, with three members in the new hadron list. Added to. LHC.

These help physicists better understand how quarks combine into composite particles.

Quarks are elementary particles that usually combine in groups of two and three to form hadrons, such as the protons and neutrons that make up the nucleus.

However, in rare cases, it may bind to 4-quark and 5-quark particles, or tetraquark and pentaquark.

Control center of the Large Hadron Collide in Geneva.

"The more analysis you perform, the more exotic hadron types. The physicist Niels Tuning states in the statement .

" Hadron's" particle zoo "begins to be discovered. We are witnessing a period of discovery similar to that of the 1950s, which eventually led to the traditional hadron quark model in the 1960s. .. We are creating "Particle Zoo 2.0".