Is there any way to annihilate matter without the use of anti-matter? And vice versa? I mean, for example is it possible to totally convert the mass of a proton into "pure energy" without use an ...
What is the difference between the process in which energy converts to matter and that in which it converts to antimatter?
What is the difference between the process in which energy converts to matter and the process in which it converts to antimatter? In colliders, for instance, is the product (either being the matter or ...
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 ...
At present the only way we can produce anti-matter is through high powered collisions. New matter is created from the energy produced in these collisions and some of them are anti-matter particles ...
I'm thinking of matter antimatter annihilation, are there reactions where normal matter converts to antimatter?
The no hair theorem says that a black hole can be characterized by a small number of parameters that are visible from distance - mass, angular momentum and electric charge. For me it is puzzling why ...