Fundamental particles

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bidrohi
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Fundamental particles

What are fundamental particles like deuterons, hadrons, fermions etc. ? Pls give detailed explanation...

tanvirab
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Re: Fundamental particles

Deuterons and hadrons are not fundamental particles.

Fermion is not a particle. It is a class of particle which includes both fundamental and composite particles.

Dipan
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Re: Fundamental particles

All the fundamental particles are diveded into two....1.Boson 2.Fermion....the particles which can be stay together(particles of light) and have integer spin are the boson....on the other side which can't stay together (e) and have a non integer spin are fermion...you can learn more from wikipedia..........

Abhijeet Dutta
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Re: Fundamental particles

electrons can stay together in a orbital and they're fermions. So why they can't??
Thing is in case of more intense light beam like laser this fermion and boson difference can be well understood.
In laser the many photon particles having integer spin can be at the same phase at the same time.Phase bolte onek kichu mean kore jemon tader intensity ekoi hoi O tader wavelength O ekoi hoi; more precisely bolle wave function ekhoi hoi ja duti electron er khetre kokhono hoy na.
Ekti orbital e kebol duite electron thakte pare jader spin number ta eke oporer biporit. Orthat ekta +1/2 hole arekta -1/2. (Orbital holo Shell er upobivag jate electron der paor probability beshi)
Ei principle er ekta nam o ache "Pauli Exclusiion Principle"
Ar fermion ra eta mene chole ar boson ra eta mane na tara(boson) force mediating jemon graviton er karone jodi gravity bol karjokor hoy then graviton holo ekti Boson.
Shout aloud scream aloud let me hear you go

Dipan
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Re: Fundamental particles

OoOoOo...I know that e stay together in a orbital.But there is a distance between their position.If you want to set them without any distance will they stay together?They can't bcoz they contain same type of charge.I just wanted to say this.

tanvirab
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Re: Fundamental particles

Actually, properties of Fermion does not depend on the charge. Electrons cannot stay in the same orbital (with the same spin) for other fundamental reasons, not because of charge.

leonardo shawon
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Re: Fundamental particles

does same thing happen for Proton??? as All positive charges stay together inside the nucleus.
Ibtehaz Shawon
BRAC University.

long way to go .....

tanvirab
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Re: Fundamental particles

Two protons cannot stay in the same state either. In the nucleus all protons are in different states. Same for neutrons. They are all Fermions.

On the other hand, photons are Bosons and one can have as many photons of the same state as they want.

Abhijeet Dutta
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