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I can answer "How we know", because I (and others) personally did (one of) the experiments. We had a machine (the Large Electron-Positron collider - LEP) that could apply precise amounts of energy to the centre of a particle detector (in our case ALEPH). As we tuned the energy, we could watch $Z^0$ bosons emerge and decay. The rate of production varies as ...


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A bound state is possible for awhile because the particle and antiparticle are separated in space and not significantly “in contact”. You can think of them as orbiting each other; their kinetic energy and angular momentum keep them apart. But, just as in a hydrogen atom, they are really described by wavefunctions. Eventually they annihilate because their ...


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