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particles and antiparticles

Postby Las_Latif » Tue Apr 14, 2020 7:31 am

We say that particles and antiparticles both have positive mass which means positive energy, and in quantum fluctuation in a vacuum one of the particle/antiparticle have negative energy. do particles/antiparticles only have negative energy in that situation?

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Re: particles and antiparticles

Postby cvionis » Sun Apr 19, 2020 9:08 pm

Hello Las_Latif,

This is an interesting question. However, the Science Buddies forum's purpose is to assist students, teachers, and parents with K–12 science projects. Please provide more information such as your hypothesis or procedure if this post is associated with a science project you are working on.


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