Discovery of Charmed Baryon Quark

Discovery of Charmed Baryon Quark

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Caption: Photograph of the event in the Brookhaven 7-foot bubble chamber, which led to the discovery of the charmed baryon (a three-quark particle), is shown at left. A neutrino enters the picture from below (dashed line) and collides with a proton in the chamber's liquid. The collision produces five charged particles--a negative muon, three positive pions, and a negative pion--and a neutral lambda. The discovery of the charmed baryon was an important step in establishing a new member of the quark family. Colored Version of BF8945.

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Keywords: 7 foot bubble chamber, accelerator, baryon, brookhaven, brookhaven national laboratories, bubble chamber, charmed, charmed baryon, detector, particle, particle accelerator, particle detector, physics, quantum, quantum physics, quark, seven foot bubble chamber, subatomic, subatomic particle

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