I can think of three general ways of explaining why the universe contains more matter than antimatter: (1) Near the Planck time, the universe had zero baryon asymmetry, but at some later time, ...
let us suppose the gedanken experiment a man isolated into a room he ask if he is made of matter oder of antimatter could he set some experiments to see if he is made of matter or if he is made of ...
What is the correct term for the “polarity” of matter (matter vs. antimatter)? Are fractional polarities allowed?
What is the correct term for the "polarity" of matter (matter vs. antimatter)? Are neutral polarities allowed? (1,0,-1) Are fractional polarities allowed?
Why is the decay of neutral kaons (violates CP invariance) seemingly not sufficient enough for certain people to describe matter-antimatter imbalance?
The Nobel Prize in Physics in 1980 was awarded to James Cronin and Val Fitch for their discovery of a violation of Charge and Parity Invariance, in which the neutral kaon's quarks change into their ...
As I hope is obvious to everyone reading this, the universe contains more matter than antimatter, presumably because of some slight asymmetry in the amounts of the two generated during the Big Bang. ...