Since neutrons have no electric charge will an anti-neutron annihilate when it comes into contact with a regular neutron as protons and anti-protons do? if so what causes it to annihilate?
A neutron can decay into a proton, an electron, and neutrino. Could an antiproton, a positron, and a neutrino combine into a neutron? Could this be where much of the "missing" antimatter is?
Is it possible to create a neutron out of pure energy, i.e. not by bringing a bunch of already-existing quarks together? (A quick calculation using E = mc2 shows the energy required would be about 1.5 ...
The anti-particle corresponding to a proton or an electron is a particle with an equal mass, but an opposite charge. So what is the anti-particle corresponding to a neutron (which does not possess a ...