GEM simplifies the internal structure of protons and their collisions

  • GEM simplifies the internal structure of protons and their collisions

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    June 10, 2021 at 11:21 AM
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    Inside each proton or neutron there are three quarks bound by gluons. Until now, it has often been assumed that two of them form a “stable” pair known as a diquark. It seems, however, that it’s the end of the road for the diquarks in physics. This is one of the conclusions of the new model of proton-proton or proton-nucleus collisions, which takes into account the interactions of gluons with the sea of virtual quarks and antiquarks.

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