Considering that both gluons and photons have no mass, no charge and spin 1, I was wondering how one can tell the difference, if they hit a detector after a collision at the LHC. I know that gluons ...
Maybe a stupid question because my search didn't return anything. Assuming in low energy state, a proton (made by a red up, a blue up and green down quarks) meets an anti-neutron (made by an ...
In nucleon-nucleon interactions of n-n, p-p, n-p how do you determine which pion is the mediator?
Is there an explanation for the 3:2:1 ratio between the electron, up and down quark electric charges?
I understand that the NNG formula relates $Q$, $I_3$, and $Y$ and can be derived in QCD; does this unambiguously predict the electric charge ratios without making assumptions about the definitions of ...
I heard somewhere that quarks have a property called 'colour' - what does this mean?