Subatomic particles

  Subatomic particles Subatomic particles are particles that are smaller than atoms. The three main types of subatomic particles are protons, neutrons, and electrons, which make up atoms. However, there are many other subatomic particles that exist, including: Quarks Leptons Bosons Photons Gluons W and Z bosons Muons Tau particles Neutrinos Gravitons Antimatter particles Mesons Baryons Kaons Lambda particles These particles are studied in high-energy physics and particle physics, and their properties and interactions are essential to understanding the nature of matter and the universe. #News : High Energy Physics (HEP) 3rd International Conference on High Energy Physics visit: https://hep-conferences.sciencefather. .. Get Connected Here: ================== Youtube : Facebook : Twitter :

High-Energy Astrophysics

            High-Energy Astrophysics                                                                                                                                                           Fig :1                                                                                                                                                                             Fig : 2                                                                                                                                                                      Fig : 3                                                                                          Fig : 4                   High-energy astrophysics studies the Universe at the extreme. Black holes, neutron stars, exploding supernovae, and relativistically moving jets continually challenge our understanding of the behavior of matter at extreme densities and temperatures, high velocities, enormous magnetic fields, and strong gravity. Understanding thes

High Energy Physics

                       High Energy Physics Particle physics is one of the branch of physics that studies the fundamental building blocks of matter and the forces as well as the interactions between them. It is also commonly called High Energy Physics (HEP) since in most cases these fundamental particles need special high energetic circumstances to create and study them. There are two such accelerators; hadron colliders and electron-positron-colliders. The progress in particle physics has been done both experimentally and theoretically.  The best theoretical model that explains the nature well upto high precision is known as the Standard Model (SM) which is however an effective low energy realization of a more fundamental theory. The SM deals at the microscopic scale with the properties of the fundamental particles and the forces mediated by gauge bosons involved in the interactions among them. There are four fundamental forces known in nature; electromagnetic, weak, strong, and the gra