And this state causes electrons - thought to be indivisible building blocks of nature - to break into pieces.
The asymmetry of matter and antimatter is one of the biggest mysteries in physics. But new results detailing the charge of antihydrogen just helped close some of these gaps.
Antiprotons are found to have a strong nuclear force that binds them together similarly to how protons are bound within a nucleus of an atom.
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