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Searching for the Building Blocks of Matter

looks at Fermilab's search for the smallest building blocks of matter. It also describes the accelerator and detectors needed for the discovery of these building blocks (quarks, leptons and bosons), spin-offs along the way, and continuing efforts to reveal the basic particles and forces of nature. Fermilab is a high-energy physics laboratory that houses the Tevatron, the world's most powerful particle accelerator. (Multiple Agencies)

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You get more energy for making new particles by colliding the protons and antiprotons head on.

What's special about antimatter


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